Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Meet the Fall Team; A Few Reports

[CMBO's 2010 Fall Migration Project team. Left to right, back row: Doug Gochfeld, Swing Counter; Andy Northrup, Seawatch/Hawkwatch Interpretive Naturalist; Tom Johnson, Morning Flight Counter. Left to right, front row: Ashley Green, Morning Flight/Hawk Watch Interpretive Naturalist; Jenny Howard, Monarch Migration Project Naturalist; Melissa Roach, Hawk Counter; Alyssia Church, Hawkwatch Interpretive Naturalist; Kaitlyn Marczi, George Myers Field Naturalist; Tiffany Kersten, Hawkwatch Interpretive Naturalist. Not pictured: Steve Kolbe, Seawatch Counter, who starts September 22.]

The CMBO Hawkwatch starts tomorrow - and today Scott Whittle reported an American Kestrel party of at least 6 birds catching dragonflies at Lighthouse Pond. Mike Crewe had a Dickcissel in the second field at Higbee Beach. Doug Gochfeld had a Baird's Sandpiper on the mud at the Higbee Beach dike.

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