Subject: [Tweeters] Fwd: [obol] Fwd: Sauvie Island Emperor Goose
Date: Wed Nov 6 17:11:23 PST 2019
From: George Neavoll - gneavoll at comcast.net

That's scads of Sandhills. I hate spell-check,



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> From: George Neavoll <gneavoll at comcast.net>

> Subject: [obol] Fwd: Sauvie Island Emperor Goose

> Date: November 6, 2019 at 5:04:46 PM PST

> To: obol <obol at freelists.org>, tweeters <tweeters at u.washington.edu>

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> Sabin Belknap and I were there for a couple of hours mid-afternoon, and saw skeins of Cacklers, one large flyover flock of Snow Geese and skacs of Sandhill Cranes - seen and heard - but no Emperor.

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> George Neavoll

> S.W. Portland

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>> From: France Davis <france.in.oregon at gmail.com <mailto:france.in.oregon at gmail.com>>

>> Subject: [obol] Re: Sauvie Island Emperor Goose

>> Date: November 6, 2019 at 2:09:07 PM PST

>> To: OBOL <obol at freelists.org <mailto:obol at freelists.org>>

>> Reply-To: france.in.oregon at gmail.com <mailto:france.in.oregon at gmail.com>

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>> I spent an hour and a half scoping a mixed flock of thousands of geese on Sauvie Island this morning but could not pull an Emperor out of the mass. The flock was on the west side of Reeder Road, just north of the Sauvie Island Wildlife Viewing area. It could have been in there, but the birds were constantly moving around and coming & going from the flock.

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>> France Davis

>> SW Portland

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