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Harlequin Ducks, Tree Swallows, & N. Flickers


This morning, we finally had southerly winds and full sun. Just before noon I was birding Indian Bridge and encountered about a half dozen Tree Swallows flying around the swamp. A bit later, Drs. Knoer and Cooney drove the three-mile drive through the dunes at LSP around 12:30 p.m. and saw around a dozen Northern Flickers flying northbound. Lastly, yesterday around 12:30 p.m. the doctors hiked the south pier and found the pair of Harlequin Ducks resting on a boulder near the end of the pier.

With mostly southern winds and warmer temps, expect more emerging insects and migrant birds in the coming week !


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