It was a pretty decent day to start the season off. It was clear and cold, much of the morning was below freezing, and the wind was coming from the East-Southeast. There was a movement of Sandhill Cranes totaling 2,052. Raptors included Turkey Vulture, Bald Eagle, Red-shouldered & Red-tailed Hawks, & American Kestrel. A flock … Continue reading First official count day of the season.
It's been probably noticeable that we haven't given much in updates for the last few days. After the nice surge of warm air that helped thaw things out and melt all the nearby snow, winds have wavered much more, with north winds pushing down the lake every few days. It's been rare to have a … Continue reading Slow Going After the Ides of March