Date: 3/11/23 3:50 pm From: Marcus England via groups.io <marcuscengland...> Subject: Re: [LACoBirds] Large flock Swainson's Hawks Claremont
I’m not doing a watch, but was in my yard in Mt. Washington for a few minutes doing a chore for my wife just now and at least one Swainson’s Hawk cruised by high. I did not see others, but my view in that direction is obscured by trees.
Marcus C. England
Mt. Washington, Los Angeles, California
mcengland.com <http://mcengland.com/> (213) 304-1826
> On Mar 11, 2023, at 3:20 PM, Andrew Birch via groups.io <andyrbirch...> wrote:
> To add some negative data - a raptor watch on a hillside on south side of Griffith Park (1:45pm-3:15pm) produced 0 Swainson's and vultures (and swallows).
> Andy Birch
> Los Feliz
> On Saturday, March 11, 2023 at 01:58:51 PM PST, msperalez <msperalez...> wrote:
> Swainson's and TUVUs continue to stream over north Glendora, westbound. Probably seeing Tom's birds. 1330 -1400 hours. I've noticed that most of the hawks have stayed just below the cloud deck but some disappear into the clouds
> At least 53 have flown over...
> Mike Peralez
> Glendora, Ca
> On Sat, Mar 11, 2023, 1:46 PM <tgmiko...> <mailto:<tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> <mailto:<tgmiko...>> wrote:
> 1340 hours
> Non stop stream of Swainson's Hawks and Turkey Vultures over Claremont Hills Wilderness Park
> Thomas Geza Miko
> Claremont, LA County
> "With a sufficiently large sample size a correlation can at once be both very significant and too small worth discussing."--Daniel Kahneman