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In less than one hour (@~2:30 PM), Peter Jones and I counted 48 Turkey
Vultures, 34 Red-tailed Hawks, 6 Sharp-shinned Hawks, 1 Cooper's Hawk, 1
Northern Harrier, and 1 Rough-legged Hawk in suburban South Burlington,
yesterday (10/19) afternoon.  Fun!

Allan

At 05:24 PM 10/19/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>Great day for raptors moving south. I stepped out in the yard on Bixby
>Hill in Essex and within 5 minutes had 2 Sharpies and a Peregrine. Decided
>to try my luck at Colchester Pond, was rewarded with an adult Bald Eagle,
>several Red Tails and Sharpies, an unidentified falcon- too high & fast-
>and several TVs. And I think a dark morph Rough Legged..
>Also at Colchester Pond and the airspace above;
>Snow Geese
>Canada Geese
>D C Cormorants
>Hooded Mergs
>Black Duck
>Mallards
>R B Gulls
>Coopers Hawk
>Raven
>Crows
>
>Frank Rounds



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Allan M. Strong
University of Vermont
School of Natural Resources
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