[mou] MOU RBA 29 November 2007
axhertzel at sihope.com
Thu Nov 29 19:35:59 CST 2007
*November 29, 2007
Hotline: Minnesota Statewide
Date: November 29, 2007
Sponsor: Minnesota Ornithologists' Union (MOU) http://moumn.org
Reports: (763) 780-8890
Compiler: Anthony Hertzel (axhertzel at sihope.com)
This is the Minnesota Birding Report for Thursday, November 30th 2007.
The potential first state record INCA DOVE is still being seen in Two
Harbors, Lake County, as it has been since it was first discovered on
October 30th. The bird spends much of its time in the backyard of the
house at the southeastern corner of 3rd Street and 2nd Avenue, but it
has also been seen in most of the block's backyards west of here.
Ben Wieland and Dale Yerger found a female-plumaged <B style="color:
#ad1a07">EIDER</B> on the 28th on Shingobee Bay at Leech Lake in Cass
County, but the particular species could not be determined. The location
was along state highway 200 a few miles south of Walker, or 1.3 miles
northwest of the junction of highways 200 and 371.
I have a secondhand report of a LONG-TAILED DUCK seen on the 27th along
Wabasha County Road 24 where the Pioneer Club overlooks the Mississippi
A SNOWY OWL was in Lake City, Wabasha County, on the 28th. Walt Popp
found it on the rocks at the marina in the morning and the bird was
still there in the afternoon.
Cole Foster found a pair of TUFTED TITMICE on the 25th along Rice Creek
in Fridley, Anoka County. They were seen from the paved trail that runs
north from the creek about 200 feet west of the Anoka/Ramsey county line
which is marked by a large fenced-in yard.
Allison Clarke reported a VARIED THRUSH in her east Duluth yard on the
28th. Birders are welcome to visit at 226 Ridgewood Road.
The next scheduled update of this tape is Thursday, December 6th 2007.
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