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hector galbraith <[log in to unmask]>
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Vermont Birds <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 30 Mar 2007 14:34:25 -0500
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This morning I toured the fields in which the ducks and geese usually
feed, and then the roost site itself:

Canadas                  315
Ring-necked ducks        90
Green-winged teal        40
Black duck               20
Mallard                  20
Bufflehead                1
Mute swan                 2

Looks like the great majority of the birds have now moved on. The
daytime roost (what there is of it) is now a half mile further upriver
at the Hinsdale Setbacks.

In the River Road fields there were 140 horned larks.

Hector Galbraith PhD
Galbraith Environmental Sciences LLC
837 Camp Arden Rd., Dummerston, VT05301
802 258 4836 (phone)

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