Re: Western MA RBA, 1/11/17


Yellow-breasted Chat,©David Sibley

-RBA=20
* Massachusetts
* Jan. 11, 2017
* MAWE1701.11

Birds mentioned-

Northern Shoveler
Ruddy Duck
Rough-legged Hawk
Lesser Black-backed Gull
Glaucous Gull
Long-eared Owl
Northern Saw-whet Owl
RED-HEADED WOODPECKER
Northern Shrike
BOREAL CHICKADEE
HARRIS=E2=80=99 SPARROW
Lapland Longspur
RED CROSSBILL

- Transcript

hotline: Western Massachusetts
date: Jan, 11, 2017
number: 1-781-259-8805 x2
to report: 1-781-259-8805 x2
(leave message after report)
compiler: Seth Kellogg,=20
skhawk@comcast.net ,=20
sponsored by MA Audubon
transcriber: Trudy Tynan, ttynan@sprynet.com 

Here is the Western Voice of Audubon=20
for Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017.

A flock of 6 red crossbills was feeding=20
in Tolland.

A northern saw-whet owl was seen in=20
Longmeadow and a long-eared owl=20
continues to be reported in Shutesbury.

Rough-legged hawks were found in=20
Northampton, Hadley and Cheshire.

Lapland longspurs were noted in=20
Montague, Northampton and Egremont.

A northern shrike was seen in Sheffield=20
and a northern shoveler was reported in=20
Montague.

Glaucous and lesser black-backed gulls=20
continue to be seen at Turners Falls=20
and a ruddy duck continues to be=20
reported at the southern end of the=20
Quabbin Reservoir.

Notable feeder birds include a boreal=20
chickadee coming to a feeder in Peru=20
and a Harris=E2=80=99s sparrow coming to a=20
feeder in Dalton

The red-headed woodpecker continues to=20
be reported at Lake Wallace in=20
Belchertown.

Thank you for calling.

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