[mou] MOU RBA 18 October 2007
axhertzel at sihope.com
Thu Oct 18 20:37:38 EDT 2007
*October 18, 2007
Greater White-fronted Goose
Black-throated Blue Warbler
Hotline: Minnesota Statewide
Date: October 18, 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, October 18th 2007.
A WHITE-WINGED DOVE has been present in Otter Tail County since the
15th. It's visiting the feeders of Marilyn Sanchez her home on Long Lake
about ten miles north of Fergus Falls. Please call Marilyn at
218-736-6420 for directions.
The BLACK-HEADED GULL was seen again at the north end of Spirit Lake in
Jackson County on the 12th.
LITTLE GULLS were seen in Cass County on the 16th, one each at the
Walker sewage ponds and the Cass Lake sewage ponds.
Two BOREAL CHICKADEES were seen on the 13th about two miles north of the
Mille Lacs County town of Onamia on the frontage road of U.S. Highway
169, across from the yellow billboard for "Unclaimed Freight".
An immature ROSS'S GOOSE was west of Two Harbors in Lake County on the
13th. It was in a farm field on the south side of the Stanley Road, 3.2
miles west of State Highway 61.
On the 13th, a LONG-TAILED DUCK was about three miles north of Pelican
Island at Leech Lake in Cass County, as were a few unidentified SCOTERS.
Lake Osakis in Todd County had two BLACK SCOTERS, five SURF SCOTERS, and
a LONG-TAILED DUCK on the 14th. All the birds were seen from the road on
the eastern shore of the lake. I also have numerous reports of GREATER
WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE, SNOW GOOSE, CACKLING GOOSE, BOHEMIAN WAXWING,
COMMON REDPOLL, and PINE SISKIN. And a male BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER
was at the Old Cedar Avenue Bridge area of Bloomington, Hennepin County
on both the 17th and 18th, at the first boardwalk west of the parking
The next scheduled update of this tape is Thursday, October 25th 2007.
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