Date: 11/1/20 4:08 am
From: Hawkcount.Org Reports <reports...>
Subject: Allegheny Front (31 Oct 2020) 246 Raptors
Allegheny Front
Central City, Pennsylvania, USA
Daily Raptor Counts: Oct 31, 2020
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Species Day's Count Month Total Season Total
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BV 0 0 6
TV 7 173 173
OS 0 5 54
BE 12 26 131
NH 0 13 30
SS 7 475 641
CH 0 33 74
NG 0 2 2
RS 5 23 37
BW 0 2 9326
RT 179 565 823
RL 0 0 0
GE 32 42 43
AK 1 18 29
ML 2 8 13
PG 1 15 21
UA 0 8 15
UB 0 1 9
UF 0 1 2
UE 0 0 0
UR 0 14 44

Total: 246 1424 11473
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Observation start time: 07:00:00
Observation end time: 18:00:00
Total observation time: 11 hours

Official Counter: Brian M. Wargo

Observers: Adam Katrancha, Bob Stewart, Dave Darney, Dave Poder,
Deb Bodenschatz, Ed Gowarty, Greg Gdula, Jeanine Ging,
Jim Rocco, Joe Sabo, Mike Smith, Mike and Laura Jackson,
Nancy Ott, Tom & Janet Kuehl

Visitors:
The hawk watch is closed to the public during the covid-19 pandemic. Please
do not walk in!


Weather:
The morning started with a bright clear sky, no wind, and a temperature of
26 degrees. Throughout the day, the skies became increasingly cloudy, the
winds became ever increasingly southeast, and the temperatures raised until
they topped at 40 degrees. The total hours was 11 due to the slow but
steady flight of Golden Eagles. A beautiful and wonderful day of hawk
counting.

Raptor Observations:
All times are EST - daylight savings ends tonight.
Golden Eagles:
Juvenile: 2:02
Sub Adult 3:29, 3:45, 3:47, and 5:01
Adults 8:52, 11:32, 11:33, 12:16, 1:18, 1:49, 2:18, 2:32, 2:32, 2:33, 2:45,
3:04, 3:05, 3:10, 3:21, 3:32, 3:38, 3:41, 3:44, 3:46, 4:17, 4:29, 4:30,
4:59, 5:02, 5:04
Unaged - 5:15 (last bird of the day – flying through the brilliant
red-Halloween moon!)

Bald Eagles:
Juvenile: 2:48, 3:18, 4:46
Sub I: 1:07, 1:44, 3:00
Sub II: 2:06
Sub III: 3:01
Sub IV: 1:36, 2:03, 3:13
Adults: 11:16


Non-raptor Observations:
American Crow, American Robin, Black-capped Chickadee, Blue Jay, Cedar
Waxwings, 60 Common Loon, Common Raven (14 in one explosive rave),
Dark-eyed junco, Downy Woodpecker, Eastern Bluebird, Pileated Woodpecker,
Red-bellied Woodpecker, Tufted Titmouse, White-Breasted Nuthatch


Predictions:
Possible rain.
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Report submitted by Brian M. Wargo (<brianwargo...>)


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