Be on the lookout for the Demoiselle Crane (was: Twenty-eight Sandhill Cranes, Lane)

Bob Flores rflores at qosi.net
Fri Mar 8 17:02:48 PST 2002


Yes,

I have alerted folks around the Othello area but what would be nice is a
posting if and when that Demoiselle Crane disapears from Calif?

Bob Flores
Othello, WA
rflores at qosi.net
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matt Williams" <mattwilliamsjr at yahoo.com>
To: "Don DeWitt" <dondewitt at hotmail.com>; "Obol" <obol at lists.orst.edu>;
"Tweeters" <TWEETERS at u.washington.edu>
Cc: "CALBIRDS" <CALBIRDS at yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Friday, March 08, 2002 1:48 PM
Subject: Be on the lookout for the Demoiselle Crane (was: Twenty-eight
Sandhill Cranes, Lane)



> All OBOLers and Tweeters,

>

> As the Sandhill Cranes migrate, be on the lookout for the Demoiselle

> Crane in their midst.

>

> Please pass this on to other lists along the Sandhill Crane migration

> route to Alaska.

>

> Matt Williams

> El Macero (Davis), CA

>

> Don DeWitt wrote:

>

> > OBOL,

> > The Cranes were flying in a wide-V as they approached Lane Community

> > College southeast of Eugene this morning, March 7, at about 9:30.

> > They circled overhead for 5-10 minutes, vocalizing as usual, (possibly

> > complaining about the weather?) then re-formed into a V and resumed

> > their travels to the north. A dozen Western Bluebirds were active

> > along the powerline trail up Mt. Pisgah. In a blizzard at the top,

> > seventy-five Dark-eyed Juncos were unusually approachable in the grass

> > and on the muddy trail.

> > Don

> >

> >

> >

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