We missed the owls (and the Evening Grosbeaks) but there were Gray Jays at
the Arkola Road feeders on Saturday afternoon and at least two Northern
Shrikes on the McDavitt Road. Despite the scary Stickney Road man, it was a
nice day in the bog! Cindy Edwardson
On Sun, Feb 13, 2011 at 8:50 PM, Scott Loss <email@example.com> wrote:
> Six Twin Cities birders headed north to spend Saturday in the Sax-Zim bog
> and Sunday morning in Duluth. Another spectacular trip, with a lot of
> highlights, including 3 owl species.
> Sax-Zim Bog
> Common Redpolls (all feeders)
> Hoary Redpoll - 1 classic "frosty" individual with the redpoll flock at the
> Little Whiteface Rd. feeders.
> Boreal Chickadee (2) - Admiral Rd. feeders
> Black-billed Magpie - Sax Rd.
> Rough-legged Hawk
> Northern Goshawk
> Great Gray Owl
> Northern Hawk-Owl
> Pine Grosbeaks
> Interestingly, NO Gray Jays were seen. We also heard second-hand (from the
> Ontario birders) that the Evening Grosbeaks showed up at the Blue Spruce Rd.
> feeders Saturday morning right after we left that area.
> Duluth (Sunday morning)
> Snowy Owl - Harbor area
> Scott Loss
> St. Paul
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