Date: Mon, 6 Sep 2010 10:24:51 -0400
Reply-To: Steve Mitchell <mitc4110@BELLSOUTH.NET>
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From: Steve Mitchell <mitc4110@BELLSOUTH.NET>
Subject: No Black Terns late Sunday at EL Huie ponds, CCWA, Clayton CTy
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From 7:15 to 8:00 pm yesterday, no Black Terns were noted at the ponds.
Two Lesser Yellowlegs were in the C, Midwest, wetlands pond, feeding on the
south and west shore lines along with a hundred Killdeers and 75 white
The Spotted Sandpiper was on the north shore of the C pond again.
A significant number of Chimney Swifts were overhead most of the time.
The light was not great, but a flock of peeps was present.
Many pairs and small groups of ducks came in as the sun set. At least a
couple may have been Green-winged Teal? Very small and only silhouetted due
I think the Coopers Hawk just likes to make passes over the pond to make all
the shore birds take off! He will go across at 30 feet up and never veer
from his course and disappear from the pond area. Also noted two Red
Shouldered hawks at north shore/island of E, south, pond.
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