Kleinburg area today

Gene Denzel lezned at yorku.ca
Sun Feb 1 15:12:27 EST 2004


Too beautiful a day to not go out. A late morning start produced a 
Northern Mockinbird and a PILEATED  wp at the Bork Educational Centre 
off Kirby Road just W of Huntington, along with the usual feeder-birds. 
In a field South of Nashville just E of hwy 50 there was an adult 
light-phase ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK working on a rabbit out in the middle of 
the field. It kept trying to haul it away, to no effect, but did give 
lots of good scope views, while under observation by 3 crows. . After 
lunch a drive along McGilvray just N of Rutherford produced some 
freshly manured areas with a mixed flock of perhaps 150 SNOW BUNTINGS 
and HORNED LARKS. Then on the N side of Rutherford W of McGilvray there 
were two COYOTES running across a field.

Professor Gene Denzel
Information Technology Program
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
York University   416-736-5250

Gene Denzel <lezned at yorku.ca>

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