[va-richmond-general] Re: Snipe and more

  • From: juliekazz@xxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: jimvb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "'Richmond Birds'" <va-richmond-general@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 02:06:58 +0000

Nope. In fact the eagle perched in  a snag in the middle of the pond and all the other birds just kept on feeding and swimming etc. The eagle remained in the same place the entire time I was there.
 
Julie
 
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From: "Jim Blowers" <jimvb@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>

Did the Bald Eagle takeoff cause all the other birds to fly away?

 

Jim Blowers

 


From: va-richmond-general-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:va-richmond-general-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of juliekazz@xxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Wednesday, 2007 March 28 10:15
To: Richmond Birds
Subject: [va-richmond-general] Snipe and more

 

Hard to sleep in on my day off knowing 64 Snipe might be waiting at Crewe's Channel. Pulled in just after sunrise and a Mature Bald Eagle took off from a snag along the road and perched in the middle of the pond. Snipe were everywhere numbering > 60 as Arun reported yesterday mixed in with a good number of Green-winged Teal and Killdeer. Red-Headed Woodpeckers were darting back and forth in the dead trees in the background.  Yellow-throated Warblers were singing all along my drive down Carter's Mill Road with an occasional Louisiana Water Thrush.

 

Still have a Sapsucker hanging on the suet here at the home base.

 

JulieK

Chester

 

 

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