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

Kevin Lucas vikingcove at gmail.com
Wed May 1 19:53:26 PDT 2019

Back home on my computer I zoomed in on my photos and counted 312 in the
(Flying up Wenas Creek, at Hardy Canyon, just up from Wenas Lake, Yakima

Good Birding,
Kevin Lucas
Selah, WA


On Wed, May 1, 2019 at 1:03 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

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