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by lani
Tue May 23, 2017 11:02 am
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: Eveline Park: Birds 8, Birders 8
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Views: 20

Eveline Park: Birds 8, Birders 8

Michael Craig’s report from the Kachemak Bay Birders’ trip to Eveline Park on the 20th... A new record was set on this field trip: we had more birders than we had species of birds. It was simply too early. The snow was gone (barely), but it was still very brown. The weather was lovely, with only a m...
by lani
Tue May 16, 2017 7:19 am
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: RUSTY BLACKBIRD in town
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Views: 90

RUSTY BLACKBIRD in town

A RUSTY BLACKBIRD was seen in town on the 14th near Danview and Gavin St.

Until this one, no reports of blackbirds for a long time.
by lani
Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:28 am
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: "Old Tern Colony"
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"Old Tern Colony"

Sunday (16th) I stopped by the "Old Tern Colony" as we call the little road that takes off from Kachemak Drive, a ways east of Lampert Lake, and goes to the airport's Gate 6. Found some CANADA or CACKLING GEESE (a ways off behind some grass and brush), a singing DARK-EYED JUNCO, at least 4...
by lani
Sat Apr 15, 2017 9:47 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: Reports as of April 15th
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Views: 197

Reports as of April 15th

Nina Faust saw a BELTED KINGFISHER at the outlet of Beluga Slough on the 13th. She said she’s seen it near the sign there and it cooperates by sitting still long enough for photos. Earlier one was seen near the outlet of the Lake by the culvert on a tree snag. Reports of a BROWN CREEPER on Beluga La...
by lani
Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:10 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: Victoria Winne's Early FOS Bay Birds!!
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Views: 197

Victoria Winne's Early FOS Bay Birds!!

Talk about a great day to bird and be out on the bay! As we left the harbor, piped on our way by 50 or so ROCK SANDPIPERS, en route to Kasitsna Bay Lab to pick up Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies school kids, a Humpback Whale surfaced just in front of us. That augured well right there. On the retu...
by lani
Sat Apr 08, 2017 6:03 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: SURFBIRDS, CROSSBILLS, Beluga Slough Arrivals
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SURFBIRDS, CROSSBILLS, Beluga Slough Arrivals

Carla Stanley reported 53 SURFBIRDS at the Deep Water Dock on Saturday. (George West's list of average earliest arrival dates says April 30th.) RED CROSSBILLS reported at the top of West Hill coming to a feeder, reported by Jinky Handy. From George Matz: Some new arrivals at Beluga Slough. A TRUMPET...
by lani
Thu Apr 06, 2017 9:40 am
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: RUSTY BLACKBIRD and MERLIN
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Views: 169

RUSTY BLACKBIRD and MERLIN

(from AKBirding)
A pair was at the edge of Beluga Slough, across from the post office today. On the water, 4 Steller Sealion were close to shore off Ocean Drive Loop (not common in Kachemak Bay). Saw my first MERLIN three days ago... next up a swallow?

Martin

Martin Renner
Homer, AK
by lani
Mon Apr 03, 2017 9:49 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: GREATER YELLOWLEGS!!!!
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Views: 222

GREATER YELLOWLEGS!!!!

A single Greater Yellowlegs flew past Ocean Drive Loop today, before the weather front came through. Remarkably early.

Martin

Martin Renner
Homer, AK
by lani
Fri Mar 31, 2017 6:41 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: Hodgepodge of Birds and One Coyote
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Views: 230

Hodgepodge of Birds and One Coyote

Wednesday someone thought they saw a low flying pair of swans near the airport so today I went looking for them. No success, but did find the following in Beluga Slough: COMMON MERGANSERS, BUFFLEHEAD, AMERICAN WIGEON, MALLARDS, NORTHWESTERN CROWS, BALD EAGLE, MEW GULLS, BLACK-LEGGED KITTIWAKE, GLAUC...
by lani
Mon Mar 27, 2017 7:49 pm
Forum: Kachemak Bay area bird sightings
Topic: BELTED KINGFISHER
Replies: 0
Views: 190

BELTED KINGFISHER

Nina Faust saw a BELTED KINGFISHER at the mouth of Beluga Slough at 4:30 on Monday (3-27).

One was last seen on the Christmas Bird Count, way back then...but here three months later we have another one, or maybe the same?

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