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> I observed a blue morph Snow Goose on 12/26 with Jen Smith, in a pond north
> of Route 70, less than a mile west of the intersection of Rt. 721 and Rt.
> 70. The bird was still present on 12/31/2010 at 8:30 am, and is most likely
> still there.  It is visible from a pull-off area on the edge of a pond where
> many (usually 100-180) Sandhill Cranes can also be seen.  It seems to follow
> the Sandhill Crane flock around the fields.  This pull-off is the third
> pull-off going west from the 721/70 intersection, on the north side of the
> road.  You can park out of the way on the side of the pull-off, but don't
> park in front of the gate (it is usually open but don't go in-private land)
> since this gate seems to get a lot of farm traffic through it.
>
> The bird is best viewed with a scope...we have a photo if anyone is
> interested, taken from a very far distance.
>
> Feel free to email me off list for more information.
>


>
> Anna Fasoli
> Highlands County
> http://annafasoli.blogspot.com
>

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