Date: 3/29/21 2:47 am
From: evyn <evynathan...>
Subject: [NHBirds] Re: Creepin' at Becks - Chapter 12: "A Fowl Day"
very cute!

On Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 4:01:54 PM UTC-4 C. K. Borg wrote:

> Saturday began with flurry of duckage at Turtle Pond culminating in 11
> species of waterfowl including Gadwall! A wild hair was thus planted:
> "Just how many waterfowl species can I score in one day within the town
> limits of Concord?" Off to Horseshoe where the lingering Greater Scaup
> ushered twitch 12. A chance encounter with Beck at Fort Eddy confirmed my
> thoughts... Post Office Fields! While she chased Mr. Gadwall, Zeke and I
> fortuitously rendezvoused. Trudging across manure laden fields, visions of
> pintail and shoveler danced through my head. At the back of the fields
> scopes were set and scanning commenced. A treeline flyover caught my
> attention and yielded American Black Duck and last but not least twitch
> 14... an American Wigeon. Afternoon stops at Little Turkey Pond (and other
> locales) yielded nice sightings and good waterfowl numbers but not another
> twitch. Sobeit, 14 is a good number! Full reports available on e-bird:
> Canada Goose
> Wood Duck
> Mallard
> American Black Duck
> Gadwall
> Green-winged Teal
> American Wigeon
> Ring-necked Duck
> Greater Scaup
> Lesser Scaup
> Bufflehead
> Common Goldeneye
> Hooded Merganser
> Common Merganser
> Peace & Birds,
> CK Borg
> Concord,NH

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