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Friday, November 03, 2006

Brush Hollow Reservoir

I checked Brush Hollow Reservoir today and found about 28 Ring-billed Gulls (and not one gull of a different species). There was one female Greater Scaup that accompanied a male and female Lesser Scaup. There was only 1 Western Grebe present but a female Common Merganser swam nearby.

A number of Canada Geese loafed on the shore. One had a neck band.

I only saw about 60-70 bluebirds today. The ones I checked were all Mountain Bluebirds, the most common species.

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