Checklist S41471379

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Owner Steve Johnston

Traveling
  • 3
  • 10 mi

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    Comments: This one appeared to be a juvenile female, as the vent was bright yellow, not the orange of the adult female I saw about 3 weeks ago. This one was near the kiosk at the entry. The adult earlier in December was on the Bittern Marsh trail.

    Age & Sex:
    Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
    Male
    Female 1
    Sex Unknown
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    Comments: On the west side of the reserve, just after leaving the entry kiosk there are 2 or 3 large trees that are below the water line. One used to be a hangout for Great Horned Owls until the tree died and split. the creeper was running up and down the trunk of the tree closet to the road. No photos, as it was too busy, and moved fairly quickly into the branches and around the trunk. Two of the three of us got a look at it before we lost it altogether.

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    Comments: Flushed as we walked by on Meadowlark trail, flew to prominent bush and sat staring at us for several minutes, then flew back to trail behind us and ran into the brush. I know it's unusual, but we got good looks at face and breast. It was too far away for any photos, but spotting scope gave good looks.

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