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Hilary Turner Idaho Falls, ID ------------------------------------ Posted by: [email protected] ------------------------------------ ------------------------------------ Yahoo Groups Links I pass by the beaver ponds just south of Snowflake Springs along the Gallatin River several times a week. Parts of this little wetland area have had open water for most of the past month.Usually when I stop this winter, there are a few Mallards present and sometimes one or more Common Goldeneye.In previous winters the dipper was about a fifty percent bird near the Big Springs Trout Hatchery. Mike Lesnik 222 W Washington Lewistown Mike and MOB, Ditto Joan's comments.

If anyone has specific questions about the protocol, commitment, or anything else you can contact me at [email protected] Thanks for considering to participate in the project. Just use the map in the link to located available grids and see if something will work for you. It is worth your volunteer time just to see this display!Matt Larson Project WAf LS- Montana coordinator [email protected] wrote: Hello MOB - Short-eared Owl volunteer surveyors are needed for this massive Citizen Science effort that began in Idaho and has now spread to 8 Western states! Feel free to forward this email to anyone you might know in any areas that have available grids!There is an optional webinar on Tuesday for interested participants. The project requires you to be in your grid in the early evening for just two nights this spring! Owls can be seen doing their wing-clapping display during the time of the survey.Also several submissions for this year north of the Mogollon Rim in Arizona. Skaar's 7th Edition] summary: Forty of the 53 species seen in the first month had the required 3 observations. Missing out were the thousand plus Bohemian Waxwing that were last seen on 3 January 2018.When they start showing up in Carbon County, WYO it will be time to head for Carbon County, MONT. Clark's Nutcracker, Harris's Sparrow (just two QQLL 19D3 'w' records in NHP Generalized Observations database, most recent 5 January 2008) and Great Horned Owl were added in the second period for a total w/W species count of 56. Joan is member of the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and the Massachusetts Dietetic Association (MDA). Her hope is that these books change the lives of those who read them.Clark's Nutcracker, Harris's Sparrow (just two QQLL 19D3 'w' records in NHP Generalized Observations database, most recent 5 January 2008) and Great Horned Owl were added in the second period for a total w/W species count of 56.Brown Creeper was not see at all and the American Dipper just three times, all along the Brewery Flats Fishing Access Site.Could see the gnats with 10 X binoculars, but could not get the correct zoom for a photo op. Mike Lesnik Lewistown Mike & MOB, Ditto on Joan's remarks. Very hard to travel; too soft for skiis and too deep for walking, but i can't leave it alone! They are noisy and clownish, and always moving and probing stuff. Also, all winter we've been lucky to have a flock of at least 20 Redpolls: some of the males now sporting more red and black (no Hoarys)..It is always a pleasure to see that you have posted here. A dozen chickadees, 2 Downys and a Hairy, the usual Nutcrackers who don't miss much, 3 overwintering Flickers, a few gentle Tree sparrows, and one dark Song sparrow round out the list.

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