In response to Evan's note, and just FWIW...
AMWO have been calling at my house (Buckingham) on warm nights during the
past week or two.
I looked for the Snow Geese at Crewe yesterday but didn't see them. The
CANGs were still there (more of them, in fact), and the weather was awful.
It's hard to say whether they're still around.
I looked for the EUCD in Crewe the same day that I found the Snow Geese and
didn't see them. For a while I knew where they hung out (Venerable St.,
near the firehouse) but have not seen them for a year or so, though as Evan
says, they were seen several days ago. Better yet -- it would be nice to
find one in Farmville.
EASO should be just a matter of playing a recording at the right spot.
HOLA at Pine Ridge Farm? or any number of large fields in the wider area.
I saw a Brown Thrasher in Amelia a couple weeks ago (location in eBird).
Probably still there.
Ducks... good luck. So far not the best year for them.
Don't know if everyone here is on other birding social media or not, but
there's a Bullock's Oriole on the eastern shore. I might go for it on
On Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 11:35 AM, Evan Spears <e3spears@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
As January comes to an end, we have a few more birds to find to complete
our eBird Bar Charts
These species need to be on Complete Checklists
seen within Prince Edward or any of the surrounding counties to fully fill
the bar charts:
Eurasian Collared-Dove (seen recently in Crewe)
Great Horned Owl
Pine Warbler (saw some today in Appomattox
<http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S33904917>, but not sure if we are
in the 3rd or 4th week yet though...)
Looking ahead, week one of February needs are:
Snow Goose (hope the Crewe ones stick around!)
Long-tailed Duck (due for at least one already!)