A group of Kachemak Bay Birders overcame the BRRRR! of birding in January at the Anchor River on January 11th. The day was a clear, cold, and windy but the intrepid birders persevered and found 17 great species. Both of our hoped-for eider species were seen, an American Three-toed Woodpecker ("unusual" in all seasons here) and a Ruby-crowned Kinglet--were notable sightings.
Thanks to Michelle Michaud and Jim Herbert for leading this trip. It was A Great Day To Bird!
The species seen:
American Three-toed Woodpecker
Also seen: River Otter, Harbor Seals, Sea Otters
Bird sightings and reports from around the Kachemak Bay area in Alaska
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