[Tweeters] marsh birds
jamietholland at gmail.com
Fri Jun 25 11:00:23 PDT 2021
Thank you to the many who responded with specific guidance and helpful
pointers on viewing birds at Veazie Marsh. I feel more confident visiting
the site now. I hope to get my son out soon to view the ibis! He's 9, so
old enough to not walk into the road and tall enough to be seen by most
cars, but young enough to make a simple mistake that could be costly along
I really liked the suggestion to bring hi-vis vests! I hadn't thought of
that before, but it's a good thing for any birder to carry (especially when
birding in hunting season).
Jamie (and Vaughn) Holland
On Wed, Jun 23, 2021 at 5:50 PM <ronpost4 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good viewing of the Ibis around noon when we arrived at the Veazie Marsh.
> It was so active, retreating across the marsh, that within the hour we were
> ready to leave when the American Bittern flew in and landed about 30 feet
> away from us. Also the ducks, some conversation with nice birders and a
> local man made for a wonderfully pleasant afternoon.
> Ron Post
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