Date: 7/12/20 7:22 am From: Wayne Fisher <waynef...> Subject: RE: [birders] Sandhills for Visitors
I agree with Juliet, but you might also try Trinkle Marsh, which is close to CSGA. I often see them in the fields close to the marsh. It’s hard to see much in the marsh this time of year for all the cattails.
Sent: Sunday, July 12, 2020 9:41 AM
To: Robert Lyons
Subject: Re: [birders] Sandhills for Visitors
Hello Bob, if you take them to Chelsea Game Area—4 Mile Lake, you’ll undoubtedly see them come in to roost in the late afternoon to early evening. .
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> On Jul 12, 2020, at 9:23 AM, Robert Lyons <boblyons...> wrote:
> We have some West Coast visitors who would like to see some Sandhill Cranes. Can anyone suggest a site, ideally close to Ypsi, where I might take them? I was considering the Conservancy Farm, where Sandhills have often been reported in recent days (it’s close by) and Kensington Metropark, where we may be bike riding anyway. Too ear,y in the season for Haenle, I would imagine, but correct me if I’m wrong.
> Bob Lyons
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