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Subject:Hawk Ridge sightings this afternoon - with pictures
From:Erik Bruhnke <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Erik Bruhnke <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 3 Nov 2011 20:57:32 -0500
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This afternoon I visited Summit Ledges at Hawk Ridge (Summit Ledges is one
of the rocky outcrops along the northern edge of the Hawk Ridge trails). I
hawkwatched there by myself to just soak up the late autumn views and
simply take it easy this afternoon.  If you're ever in Duluth, and need a
walk through the gorgeous woods, that leads to a breathtaking view; Summit
Ledges is the place to be! Below is my eBird list from this afternoon at
the ridge.

Mallard  1
Bald Eagle  11
Red-tailed Hawk  14     One of the fourteen RTs observed was a dark morph.
Rough-legged Hawk  2
Golden Eagle  1
American Crow  2
Common Raven  1
Black-capped Chickadee  3
Red-breasted Nuthatch  1
Snow Bunting  2
American Tree Sparrow  1
Pine Grosbeak  1
White-winged Crossbill  2
Evening Grosbeak  3

Here are some of my shots from this afternoon. Enjoy!

Evening Grosbeaks in flight (distant shots, but identifiable)
http://www.pbase.com/birdfedr/image/139381182
http://www.pbase.com/birdfedr/image/139381181

Golden Eagle
http://www.pbase.com/birdfedr/image/139381183

Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk
http://www.pbase.com/birdfedr/image/139381185

Late-autumn view from Summit Ledges
http://www.pbase.com/birdfedr/image/139381184

Throughout the past few nights, I have been hearing some impressive
movements of songbirds overhead. I am new to nocturnal flight calls, but
two calls that I was hearing regularly was the daytime "krip" of the Red
Crossbill, and the soft, cute-toned "chew" of the Snow Bunting. Again, I'm
not sure if the daytime flight calls are the same as the nocturnal calls,
but both sounded right-on for the two species' daytime flight calls.

Good birding!
Erik Bruhnke
Duluth, MN

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