Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Northern Flicker and Bald Eagles

I had a Northern Flicker on the way to Stoney Creek today at 27 mi rd and Tiller... At stoney the lake was mostly frozen over... the only open spot in the middle had a large flock of Canada Geese and over a dozen swans... I scoped the swans and could not tell from the long distance with certainty that they were all Trumpeters and Mutes... a pair of Bald Eagles could be seen sitting on a dead tree across the water/ice from Eastwood beach... They were a long way off but could easily be found with a scope..... MC list 47

Big Bird that flew over

Wasn't kidding when I said a scope was needed

only open water on lake

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