[nnasnet] FW: Two swans arrived this morning

  • From: Margaret Gerdts <maggieurbanna@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: NNAS Hotline <nnasnet@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2012 14:48:08 -0500

My friend Patty Munford sent me this message....she has a place on the upper 
branch of Lagrange Creek which is upriver of Urbanna Creek on the Rappahannock. 
 Patty has been coming to our bird walks recently.  Sometimes there are as many 
as 3-400 swans on her creek...and I have taken several of our members to see 
them.  She is the one who reported hooded mergansers on her creek.  I have seen 
several ducks in the distance out on the Rappahannock, but cannot identify 
them.  "My" flocks of hoodies and buffleheads have not arrived yet.  Perhaps 
this cold snap will bring them in.Maggie GerdtsJust upriver of Urbanna Creek on 
Heath's Cove off Robinson's Creek

Hey Maggie
I got a message from Cathy that the swans have started arriving on Le Grange 
Creek.  That's good, they have been late and sparse in recent years.  Hopefully 
they will bring lots of family and friends.
Patty Munford



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