At the Caledonia Airport/Compost site in Lyndonville (Pudding Hill Road) ,
Matt Aeberhard and I had 11 Bald Eagles all perched in trees overlooking the
site along with Ravens, Crows and a couple Pine Grosbeaks.
However the surprise bird was finding an American Kestrel on Lower Waterford
Road while completing our Bald Eagle survey of the upper Connecticut river.
Can't ever remember seeing a Kestrel in winter in the NEK before.
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