We were there around 8:30 which is our usual time... relating to dropping our boy at school and running down there before work. Only a few common, but 14 or so hooded merg. 10 ring-necked and around 25 mallards and the same for geese.. most of the water had refrozen this AM and yesterday at Miller's pond where there was nothing but ice and a few hooded.
On Mar 27, 2011, at 10:54 AM, MARIE HEMEON wrote:
> What time were you there? What were the early day numbers like? It appears from my evening views that a lot of stuff only spends the night there. I want to get a feel for how early in the day would be worthwhile for a view. Kevin
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> From: Anne Hunter and Andrew Knafel<mailto:[log in to unmask]>
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> Subject: [VTBIRD] Gadwalls Lake Paran
> Four Gadwalls amongst the more common species of waterfowl at Lake Paran (N. Bennington) this AM.
> Andrew Knafel