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Sorry, Roz, twarn't me
On Monday, August 4, 2003, at 10:09 AM, Rosalind Renfrew wrote:

> Hi Jean,
>
> Wow - osprey - I don't think we knew about those! Can you be more
> precise
> about where they were in relation to the pond? And the pied-billed
> grebes:
> were the young able to fly? In other words, can we be sure they were
> born
> in that area, or could they have possibly come from somewhere else?
>
> Thanks Jean, these are rare species and we'd like to include your
> observations in our records! I'm glad folks like you are out there to
> document them!
>
> Rosalind
>
> At 01:33 PM 7/26/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>> 7/25 West Mountain Pond area, 2 adult and 2 juvenile osprey flying in
>> and
>> out of the nest all afternoon - real exciting to see them fledge!
>> On the pond, one loon, and a family of 1 adult and 3 young pied-billed
>> grebes. Don't know who was more surprised when they literally shot
>> out of
>> the water, one after the other, right next to the canoe. Later saw one
>> adult just sink out of sight.
>>
>> An impressive flock of 33 turkeys, of which 5 were adults, across
>> from the
>> Island Pond airport.
>>
>> Job's Pond, 3 loons
>>
>> Bill & Jeanne Prue
>> Newport
>>
>