[Mnbird] FOY Sandhills
gleskarider at gmail.com
Tue Feb 28 09:20:08 CST 2017
We have seen FOY sandhills up in Anoka county already, also.
And 8 Trumpeter swans on our creek out back.
This is in Oak Grove, northern Anoka country.
Many geese, as well. (Canada)
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On Mon, Feb 27, 2017 at 9:22 PM, Jim Harkness via Mnbird <
mnbird at lists.mnbird.net> wrote:
> I had the good fortune to be in La Crosse over the weekend, and saw my FOY
> Sandhills in the mixed wetlands and fallow fields along the Root River
> while driving up MN 16 from La Crescent to Rushford. (They were just a few
> miles upstream from La Crescent.) Also present a dozen swans (sp?),
> Shoveler, GW Teal, Gadwall and hundreds of Canada Geese.
> This afternoon on the way back to the Cities, I didn't have time to stop
> the car but from behind the wheel was treated to hundreds of Bald Eagles
> between La Crescent and Lake City, and the stretch of Mississippi just
> upstream of Winona featured some large rafts of Scaup and many Mergansers.
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