Date: 11/5/20 12:42 pm From: Sue Wetmore <000006207b3956ac-dmarc-request...> Subject: Re: [VTBIRD] Snowy Owls and Snow Geese
Snowy was reported at the goose viewing area on Rt 17. I looked yesterday but didn’t find it there or along Gage Rd.
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> On Nov 5, 2020, at 3:14 PM, David Book <0000005c520ea7e6-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> Thanks for doing this Bryan. My grandson. Aidan Quinn, and I are going to hit Dead Creek on Saturday morning. Do you have a more specific location for the SO sighting at dead creek last week. Was it on Gage Road or somewhere. Always enjoy you blogs,
> David Book
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> From: Bryan Pfeiffer <bryan...>
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> Sent: Thu, Nov 5, 2020 9:44 am
> Subject: [VTBIRD] Snowy Owls and Snow Geese
> Greetings, VTBIRDers:
> As many of you may know, Snowy Owls are starting to turn up across Canada and northern states (including Vermont and New York). As always, I’m tracking Snowy Owl movements (https://bryanpfeiffer.com/snowy-owl-scoop/) and the Greater Snow Goose migration (https://bryanpfeiffer.com/the-snow-goose-scoop/).
> Oh, and if you’re interested in gulls this winter (and who wouldn’t be?), I’ll be delivering a new-and-improved version of my gull identification lesson for North Branch Nature Center’s online Naturalist Journeys lecture series on November 20: https://northbranchnaturecenter.org/event/gulls-demystified/ >
> —Bryan Pfeiffer