travelgirl.fics at gmail.com
Thu Apr 14 06:26:44 PDT 2016
all of my photos of chicks are in mid- to late-june, with a few protective
adult shots from early june (broken wing behaviour)...
i honestly don't know if this is second brood, or just the normal time for
george davis creek, north fork
On Wed, Apr 13, 2016 at 11:21 PM, Sammy Catiis <Hikersammy at msn.com> wrote:
> Just a quick note.. got to watch a fledgling Killdeer today. Might have
> just hatched today.. if not, then yesterday. There was only one. This is
> way earlier than I've ever seen the little ones.. and I was surprised.
> Has anyone else seen them this early? I know in some areas they breed much
> earlier.. like sometimes in March, but in Western Washington? Maybe I
> just haven't noticed.. trying to look at my last fledgling photos.. I know
> there were some little ones in June, but that might have been their second
> brood. Anyway, still exciting to watch.. and so dang cute.
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