Highlights included two Barred Owls and a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers.
Description: Highlights included two Barred Owls and a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers. While we were in the parking lot at our regular meeting location, we were visited by many, many Canada Geese. Waves of Geese flew over numbering over 200, "honking" loudly as they flew over. The trails were snow covered, but not slippery. The 15 observers were treated to several special birds, including two Barred Owls and a pair of Pileated Woodpeckers. Both species were seen by all birders and we all had good looks at the birds. The Barred Owls were a treat to all. We also had several close looks at the resident Beaver. The Black-capped Chickadees continued to arrive in good numbers and enjoyed being hand fed. The smiles on the faces of those feeding the Chickadees warmed the birders around them. The weather was not an issue, no wind, but it was cloudy. The birds were not very numerous but it was a good outing for a February walk. We did have some competition from a program at the Nature Center, Birds of Prey program. - Report by Bill Deininger
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