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Yeah, things are kind of slow!

I just checked Accuweather, and they're saying winds are going to 
continue to be more or less out of the NW until Tuesday night, when 
they'll swing around to SW for a while.  That should bring some new 
birds in, with any luck.

Jane
Shoreham

On 3/26/2011 6:50 PM, Roy Pilcher wrote:
> Location:     Lake Bomoseen/Hubbardton Marshes  IBA
> Observation date:     3/26/11
> Notes:      Observations made from 2 stations. Open channel now frozen over
> at north  end.
> Number of species:     6
>
> Canada Goose   11
> American Crow     6
> American Robin   3
> European Starling     1
> Song Sparrow   1
> Red-winged Blackbird     2
>
> Location:     Hubbardton Battlefield
> Observation  date:     3/26/11
> Notes:     Bitterly cold  north wind.
> Number of species:     8
>
> Hairy  Woodpecker     1
> Blue Jay     1
> American  Crow     5
> Common Raven     1
> Eastern  Bluebird     1
> American Robin      17
> European Starling     2
>
> Location:     West Rutland Marsh IBA
> Observation  date:     3/26/11
> Notes:     Replenishing  feeder station.
> Number of species:     4
>
> American  Crow     1
> Black-capped Chickadee      2
> American Tree Sparrow     2
> Song Sparrow   1
>
> This report was generated automatically by eBird  v2(http://ebird.org/vt)
>
>
> Cheers,
> Roy Pilcher
> The Gables at East Mountain, Rutland,  Vermont
>
> Speaking the same language.
>
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