Re: Western MA RBA, 1/26/17


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-RBA=20
* Massachusetts
* Jan. 26, 2017
* MAWE1701.26

Birds mentioned-

BLACK VULTURE
GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE
Snow Goose
ROSS=E2=80=99S GOOSE
Ring-necked Duck
Greater Scaup
Long-tailed Duck
BARROW=E2=80=99S GOLDENEYE
Rough-legged Hawk
ICELAND GULL
LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL
RED-HEADED WOODPECKER

- Transcript

hotline: Western Massachusetts
date: Jan, 26, 2017
number: 1-781-259-8805 x2
to report: 1-781-259-8805 x2
(leave message after report)
compiler: Seth Kellogg,=20
skhawk@comcast.net ,=20
sponsored by MA Audubon
transcriber: Trudy Tynan, ttynan@sprynet.com 

Here is the Western Voice of Audubon=20
for Thursday, Jan. 26, @017.

A Ross=E2=80=99s goose and a snow goose were found in Longmeadow.

A GREATER white-fronted goose was seen on the Connecticut River in =
Agawam.

A Barrow=E2=80=99s goldeneye was noted in Northfield and Agawam.

A greater scaup, a ring-necked duck, an  Iceland Gull and a lesser =
black-backed gull continue to be reported at Turners Falls.

Two greater scaup and 4 ring-necked ducks continue to be seen in =
Southwick.

A greater scaup, a long-tailed duck, and a flock of 68 black vultures =
were in reported in Sheffield.

A rough-legged hawk was seen in Northampton.

Red-headed woodpeckers continue to be seen in Belchertown and at the =
Arcadia Sanctuary.

Thank you for calling.

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