Checklist S15329328

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Owner Joshua Uffman

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Traveling
  • 12
  • 1.5 mi

Observations

  1. Number observed: 46

    Details: Flyovers

  2. Number observed: 12
  3. Number observed: 15
  4. Number observed: 22
  5. Number observed: 1

    Details: heard only. Uncertain as to countability, but appear to be becoming established in this area.

  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 1
  8. Number observed: 5
  9. Number observed: 1
  10. Number observed: 12
  11. Number observed: 6

    Details: Flyover. This was the highest seen in one group.

  12. Number observed: 1

    Details: Heard only.

  13. Number observed: 3

    Details: Flyovers

  14. Number observed: 1
  15. Number observed: 1
  16. Number observed: 1
    Age & Sex:
    Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
    Male
    Female
    Sex Unknown 1
  17. Number observed: 1

    Details: Hit on road, Christian Hagenlocher took to WBS in Saint Louis. Treated for tremors and slight head trauma. Fed fluids. Dislocated wing put back in place before arrival. Injured Great-Horned Owl

  18. Number observed: 2
  19. Number observed: 2

    Details: Merlin "Large" small falcon, larger than a kestrel and smaller than a tiercel PEFA. Initially seen flying away from observers along a string of power poles. In flight, tail clearly barred with bland bands and white terminal band. Landed and did not bob tail but sat erect and intently watching starling flock. Through scope, dark malar strip was obvious, and white extended above nostrils forming a clear line. Back was brown with several lighter feathers, appearing to be going through molt. Unusually brown, likely a female or juvenile Columbarius. We observed it make repeated passes at starlings and return to power lines. Short while later could clearly see 2 Merlins on opposite ends of the starling/blackbird flock.

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  20. Number observed: 1

    Details: Large falcon sp. that I am confident calling a PEFA. Long broad wings, long tail, and stockier build than MERL, which we had recently seen. Glided and gained altitude, soaring with tail fanned, and tips of tail almost hit wings. Will add photos soon.

  21. Number observed: 26
  22. Number observed: 2
  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 6
  25. Number observed: 900
  26. Number observed: 1

    Details: on power line

  27. Number observed: 3
  28. Number observed: 8
  29. Number observed: 1
  30. Number observed: 1

    Details: Observed by only me just prior start of the trip.

  31. Number observed: 2
  32. Number observed: 10
  33. Number observed: 90
  34. Number observed: 2

    Details: Male and female, observed just prior start of fieldtrip.

Additional species seen by Christian Hagenlocher:
  1. Number observed: 2
  2. Number observed: 1
Additional species seen by Dylan Sheets:
  1. Number observed: 2
  2. Number observed: 1
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