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Strange goings-on at Medcalf L.
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- From: "William McDavit" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 16 Dec 2000 13:31:43 -0500
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It's 1:15 and the Cinnamon Teal has been very elusive although he came by
the dock once with a female duck which sure looks like it could be his kind
Alas his hide and go seek is proving frustrating for a birding couple trying
It is indeed a strange day. I had decided to name the male Black-chinned HB
"Zorro" just because it seemed to fit him, but when I went to locate him, he
was having a beak to beak confrontation with the other hummer. And the
other hummer, ole panty-waist, was giving as good as it got. Maybe it was a
different hummer. They flew down the street so I didn't wait for them to
Made a cake for our Anniversary and it fell. There's something about high
humidity and living at low sea level. Talk about off-topics but if anyone
can tell me how to prevent this I'd appreciate it. Indeed, a strange day.
But now for my really good news.
No thanks to the Black-chinned but got yardbird #175, Yippee; as a menage a
trois of Redhead Ducks cruised by the lot 4 times. They usually are on Twin
Lakes' East Lake, and finally made it over here. After no new yard birds in
several years, I am so tickled at this past week's harvest.
Happy counting to you dedicated CBC'ers. Glad I'm not in Minnesota. At
least one of their scheduled counts today has to be re-scheduled due to
REALLY BAD WEATHER.