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I saw the Ross's Goose this morning (11/20) at 8:40am on the south end of
the lake on the Theodore Wirth Golf Course.

I parked by the par 3 building and walked across the golf course to view
the bird from the western edge of the lake.  There was one golfer out
there, so watch yourself a bit.
The Basset's Creek trail runs along the eastern edge of the lake, and is
probably another good spot for viewing.


On Wed, Nov 20, 2013 at 9:35 AM, Ron Taube <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi
> I saw the Rossís goose on the water near the Theodore Wirth golf course
> with about 50 Canada Geese yesterday between 12:30 and 1P..m. and got
> decent photos of him.  There is a paved trail that you can take from just
> north of the Golf Course main building. After a mile or so you come to a
> footbridge and he and the Canadaís were sitting along the channel there.
>  If you want to see a photo check out this link.
> http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronsthoughts/10949786615/   I want to thank
> the people before me who have posted this .  I went out to Hopkins twice
> trying to see the one there but never did.
> Ron Taube
> Coon Rapids
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