Two Great Horned Owls were calling late this afternoon. Ian Worley and I
went to look for the Hoary Redpolls sighted near my house. No luck. There
were seven definite Common Redpolls at my house off and on all day. I'll
try again tomorrow. 6 crows have been eating something out of the two open
holes in my pond. Frog eggs? Frogs? I think I saw one with a small fish.
I'll check more closely tomorrow.
B Brosnan Weybridge
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Subject: Your GBBC observation for FEB 20, 2011 in Weybridge, Addison
Thank you for entering your observation in this year's Great Backyard Bird
Count. Below is a report summarizing the bird checklist you submitted.
Here is the information you gave for this observation.
Record ID: S7670632
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Email: Weybridge, Addison County, VT
Observation Date : FEB 20, 2011
Start Time: 8:00 AM
Total Birding Time: 8 hours 30 minutes
Party Size: 3
Snow Depth: 14 - 16 in (35.6 - 40.6 cm)
Number of Species: 18
All Reported: yes
Mourning Dove - 7
Great Horned Owl - 2
Red-bellied Woodpecker - 1
Downy Woodpecker - 2
Hairy Woodpecker - 2
Blue Jay - 1
American Crow - 6
Common Raven - 1
Horned Lark - 12
Black-capped Chickadee - 12
Tufted Titmouse - 6
White-breasted Nuthatch - 4
American Tree Sparrow - 15
Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored) - 2
House Finch - 9
Common Redpoll - 7
American Goldfinch - 35
House Sparrow - 5
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