Many of us found ourselves out in the frigid weather searching and hunting to get a glimpse of the rare and famed “Snowy Owl”. The winter of 2017-2018 was exceptional with numerous sightings of this huge beautiful owl. Weighing 64 ounces, 23” in length, and having a wingspan of 52”, Snowy’s tower over other owls.
Beautiful Whimbrel (Numenius phaeopus) by Kathy Murphy, Member, Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society, on Sunday Sept 17, 2017. Just east of the Lorain boat docks, on the peninsula that goes into Lake Erie.
I venture to say there is no way you can study bird travels and conclude with an 100% accurate solid result.
The Lesser Yellowlegs Sequence at Willow Point Wildlife Area by Kathy Murphy, Birder and Photographer
Right now is the shorebirds big migration time. They are coming through our area heading south.
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