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Bird sightings. - 4:09 p.m. 3/30/2006
We have our first Rufus Humming Bird. A great Egret is hanging out on the far bank of the river. The first Osprey came back. Junco's are building a nest on the porch again. An Eagle flys over almost daily. Spring is here.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://www.lewisriver.com

Swallows came back.. - 11:09 a.m. 3/19/2006
I saw the first Tree Swallows, at our place on the river, in Woodland, WA. on March 15th 2006. I am always so happy to see them return. I wish they could tell me their adventures since they left last fall.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://www.lewisriver.com

BIRDS - 2:45 p.m. 2/2/2006
We have a lot of Junkos,Anna Humming Birds, a few white Crown Sparrows,Great White, Egrets, Yello Billed Magpies,Blue Egrets,Blue Jays, Mocking Birds,A lot of Canadian Geese In V shaped formation.Flickers, Wood peckers.

Lloyd Johnson - Corning CA. - U. S. A.
OLIVECITY@MSN.COM

Nikon - 4:32 p.m. 10/20/2005
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Melinda Calnan - Portland, OR - USA
melindac@chevalier-adv.com
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Unknown sighting. - 11:34 p.m. 8/16/2005
I was fishing from my canoe on Encelewski Lake near Clam Gulch, Alaska. Loons, grebes, and eagles are constant companions when I am fishing, well almost. Anyway, today a large bird resembling an eagle started hovering over me. I thought it was a immature eagle but then realized it was very different. It was dark or black all over, no white mottling, none. Ah ha, a black hawk? I don't know. By the way I caught nine lovely rainbow trout 12-17 inches. Hi Noel. Loren Johnson

Loren Johnson - Clam Gulch, AK - USA
lorensr2@webtv.net

Bird story. - 8:29 p.m. 5/24/2005
The crows were making all kinds of racket. I finally found out why. A couple ravens had showed up and crows and ravens don't get along.
I spotted a humming bird checking out the snapdragons. I put some sunflower seeds out and in a short time a black headed gross beak showed up. Most of our birdhouses now have baby Tree Swallows or Violet-Green Swallows. On the front porch we have a Junco's nest, in a flower basket, with four babies. Over the river I saw a Kingfisher, two Osprey, and a Great Blue Heron. Another great day at the Owlsperch.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://www.lewisriver.com

First Humming Bird Siting in my Back Yard - 4:19 a.m. 5/11/2005
May 11 woke up to the beautiful site of a male and female Humming bird feeding at my feeder.The males red throat was bright red and he landed in the chestnut tree to stop and check me out as I peered out my kitchen window.He remained there until a courious female cardinal landed on a branch above him.Excited only starts to describe my feelings... seeing how this is my first humming bird feeder that I have ever hung I was so pleased to see that I will be able to enjoy watching these little birds all summer long.

Kathie Vroman - Linden, Pa - USA
Karouselx@aol.com

Mandarin Duck - 1:33 p.m. 5/8/2005
A sole male Mandarine Duck has been at the Duck Pond of Haverford College, Haverford, PA. He is quite aggressive towards Mallard Ducks but he seems to be lonlely.
Avi Vardi, May 8, 2005

Avi Vardi - Bala Cynwyd, PA - US
avi_vardi@yahoo.com

Hummingbirds sighted - 4:49 a.m. 4/27/2005
We saw our first Ruby Throated Hummingbird of the season on April 25th.

Laurie - North Stonington, CT - USA
Laurielbg@comcast.net

Swallows came back today!! - 9:08 a.m. 3/15/2004
I spotted the first swallows today. March 15, 2004. There were both Tree Swallows and Violet Green Swallows. They immediatly started fighting over our nest boxes.

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA. - USA
Noel@lewisriver.com
http://www.lewisriver.com

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