pdickins at gmail.com
Mon Jan 1 08:24:57 PST 2018
Too many fireworks here in Lake Stevens. I waited until daylight: Yellow-rumpled Warbler at suet, followed by complaining Anna's at frozen feeder.
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> On Jan 1, 2018, at 12:21 AM, Josh Adams <xjoshx at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Tweets,
> Late this evening I had a couple groups of Trumpeter Swans fly past my house. I figured these would be my last birds of 2017, but at 11:55pm I let my dog outside and hear a group of Snow Geese flying by. A few minutes after the clock passed midnight I stepped outside to see if I could hear anything for my FOY and after a few minutes I heard another group of Snow Geese flying somewhere out in the darkness.
> Waterfowl flying late in the night are not to unusual out here, but tonight seemed like much more than normal. Perhaps its the fireworks, the full moon, or the cold weather.
> Josh Adams
> Cathcart, WA
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