[CT Birds] Mono Pond Tundra - No
dgpalmer at charter.net
Tue Mar 6 12:49:06 EST 2012
3/6 Mono Pond 11 am, the Tundra is no where to be found, but on my morning
walk around the lake I saw Pileated Woodpeckers (at least one pair) a large
flock of ducks that included a good number of Wood Ducks, several pairs of
hooded Mergansers, a lot of Ringed Necked ducks, Canada Geese and of course
the ever popular mallards.
Gary & Doreen Palmer
CT UCDX Eastern Waters' Sea "Zephyr" *VCD3* (UD, AX, AXJ, TDX), *MX*, MXJ,
RE, NF, WD CGC pointed
Eastern Waters' "Makai" Wind, RN, *BN*
and Dixie SRC, (Southern rebel cat)
always in our hearts:
Coast Guard Alligator Schuh, "Gator"
Bayou Breeze El Lobo Grande, "Lobo"
Eastern Waters Dulcinea ROM, "Dulcie"
UCDX CH Chesachobee's Taku Winds, VCD3, UDTDX, MX, MXJ, CAN CD "Taku"
UCDX Eastern Waters Hornpipe VCD3 UDTDX, MX, AXJ "Piper"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dana Campbell" <dana.l.campbell at gmail.com>
To: <ctbirds at lists.ctbirding.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2012 11:16 AM
Subject: [CT Birds] Mono Pond Tundra - No
> 3/5 - Columbia - Mono Pond - no Tundra Swan, but an American Woodcock flew
> over my head, peenting. There were lots of Ring-necked Ducks, some
> Mallards and Canada Geese, and a lovely pair of Hooded Mergansers.
> Dana Campbell, Interim Rector
> St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, Meriden
> dana.l.campbell at gmail.com
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