[Tweeters] Last of the Snow Geese at the 90.

Ronda Stark rondastark18 at gmail.com
Wed May 1 14:01:19 PDT 2019


Could you please identify the location of the Rough- legged hawks? They are
my absolute favorite bird and I thought they had returned to the Arctic
long ago. I looked for them on the Bayview-Edison rd. in late March and
could not find one.
Thank you,
Ronda




On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 1:04 PM Kevin Lucas <vikingcove at gmail.com> wrote:


> Snow Geese here in Yakima County too this morning, also late I suppose --

> a flock of about 250 at Hardy Canyon flying up Wenas Creek. John Hebert was

> coming up the road toward me. A hollar to him got him on them. I'll look at

> my photos and count tonight to see how far off my number estimate is. I'd

> not seen any on Wenas Lake.

> Good Birding,

> Kevin Lucas

> Selah, Yakima County, WA

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> On May 1, 2019 7:36:44 AM <andie777 at comcast.net> wrote:

>

>> WE were out at the W90 yesterday (4/30/19) at 2PM and there was a flock

>> of about 1000 Snow Geese resting so to speak. A small pond of water is

>> there plus a ditch like area. They seem to be resting and were quiet and

>> did not appear to be disturbed. There were some men with tractor working

>> nearby. Would anyone guess where they came from? This is the latest I’ve

>> seen them around here. We took pictures. I assume they left last night. I

>> won’t be going out there today. Not much bird activity. Bald Eagle sitting

>> on the nest nearby, “White” Rough-legged was around plus a couple others.

>> Fields being worked up around area.

>>

>> Cleo Andreasen

>> Anacortes

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