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- Subject: WNC warblers
- From: David Rupp <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2003 16:21:30 -0400
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I've been working out in the field the past two days and have spotted a few
interesting birds/new arrivals. Today at Green River Gameland in eastern
Henderson County/western Polk Co. we saw or heard:
Black & white
Also saw and heard a pair of broad-winged hawks that may have settled down
in the area.
Yesterday (4/14) near the same area we had a good look at a hermit thrush
and heard our first wood thrush of the spring.
Also yesterday (in Buncombe Co.), there was a Ruddy Duck at Lake Susan in
Montreat. I then had a wonderful view of a Red-shouldered hawk near the
entrance to Burnett Reservoir. It had already caught its supper, and may
have been carrying its prey (a rodent) back to its nest.
Reminder: Please let me know if you see any peregrine falcons in the next
couple of months in NC!
N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission