Wes, assisted by Hal and Pam
Hawks were on the move very early (6:45A). Migration was in progress when we arrived near the solar field. Hawks were moving low and sideways to the west. During the next 3 hours hawks struggled past the watch. This evening we said goodbye to Wes Hetrick and Pam Albers, both essential to the hawkwatch for their dedication. They are off to other birding experiences-until next year. Check out the youtube from yesterday: http://youtu.be/L_gNspjazvU
For the first evening in a few weeks, we had no Swainson's Hawks at the evening site. Nine Turkey Vultures made an early appearance.
Hopefully we will have a surprise tomorrow with arrivals from other roost sites.
|A light morph SW from the Hill today-March 30, 2014|