[Tweeters] A Walk at Eide - 2/24/15
vickibiltz at gmail.com
Thu Feb 26 10:02:44 PST 2015
Barb and tweeters,
I have noticed in my travels that there are many places the birds become approachable and totally ignore the public. I think caution is truly the correct word. We who know a birds body language can tell if we are getting to close. Some of the places I've been able to bird such as near Haifa, Israel, and some reserves in Costa Rica are very approachable, and and are great study's. I prefer my car for a blind when possible as most of us do. But I know not to turn around and head toward that falcon as it will have to move along.
Happy Birding. We leave Tennessee shortly. We lost my coat at the airport and due to bad roads and freezing conditions, no attempt was made to bird. All I enjoyed was a mockingbird who was feeding near the door.
Vicki biltz at gmail. Com
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> On Feb 26, 2015, at 7:44 AM, Barbara Deihl <barbdeihl at comcast.net> wrote:
> After receiving quite the variety of messages about the status of the birds and the people at Eide Rd. as of 2/23/15 (before the ethics media release was posted on Tweeters), I decided to venture up there again to check things out for myself. I arrived at 4:15 p.m and left at 6:30 p.m.
> You can draw your own conclusions about my visit from the photos in the following 2 Flickr albums :-)
>> Eide, The Site From the Road : https://flic.kr/s/aHsk5hHRRm
>> Eide, A Non-owl Bird Sampling (taken with a Point&Shoot :-)) : https://flic.kr/s/aHsk8Rtasn
> And, thank you for all the responses that were sent me, after the ethics post appeared on Tweeters - made for some interesting thoughts and dialog...
> Barb Deihl
> Matthews Beach Neighborhood - NE Seattle
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