Marbled Godwit, Red Knot, and Tricolored Heron Pointe Mouille Monroe County
batemanc at gmail.com
Sun Aug 13 17:13:56 EDT 2006
Later during the day around noon or so a Peregrine Falcon flew over the
NW corner for the Vermet Unit hoping for a nice meal. Soon after, a group of
about 10 yellowlegs, a dowitcher, and the Red Knot flew far off to the
Northeast until they disappeared into the heat haze. The Tricolored Heron
also moved to another hidden location but most of the birders were able to
see it before then. Also of note, in Cell 3 all MI terns were
present(Caspian, Common, Forster's, and Black).
Novi, MI 16
On 8/13/06, gsniderman at aol.com <gsniderman at aol.com> wrote:
> Thanks to all the postings yesterday it was easy for a group of early
> morning birders including Tex Wells and myself to find alot of good birds.
> Cell 3.
> Marbled Godwit
> Baird's Sandpiper
> Semipalmated Sandpiper
> Least Sandpiper
> Stilt Sandpiper
> Short-billed Dowitcher
> Lesser Yellowlegs
> North West corner Vermit unit.
> Red Knot
> Black-bellied Plover
> Greater & Lesser Yellowlegs
> Middle Vermit unit
> Trecolored Heron
> Jerry Sniderman
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