[TN-Bird] They are back!! Hawk Watching time.........

  • From: OLCOOT1@xxxxxxx
  • To: tn-bird@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, missbird@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 07:44:35 EST

Nov. 22, 2009
Well, maybe not all are back but yesterday..........at Ensley Bottoms, the  
shy adult Krider's Hawk was back in the same tree it used last year, the  
female adult Merlin was seen in the same tree line as the last 2 years in 
Tunica  Co, and down that way in MS, the dark morph Harlan's is back at the 
same  intersection where it has ruled the roost for the past 4 years and the  
intermediate morph Harlan's is back in the same tree going on its 3rd year. 
Just  a few more regulars to show back up and we will have a full house!!  
Good Birding  !!!

Jeff R. Wilson / TLBA
6300 Memphis-Arlington Road
Bartlett, TN  38135
What is this feathered thing that  lifts my heart to the heavens.

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