* Dec. 15, 2016
Lesser Black-backed Gull
hotline: Western Massachusetts
date: Dec. 15, 2016
number: 1-781-259-8805 x2
to report: 1-781-259-8805 x2
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compiler: Seth Kellogg, firstname.lastname@example.org ,=20=
sponsored by MA Audubon
transcriber: Trudy Tynan, email@example.com
Here is the Western Voice of Audubon=20
for Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016.
The HARRIS=E2=80=99 SPARROW coming to a feeder
at Otis Avenue in Dalton was seen again=20
The PINK-FOOTED GOOSE is still being=20
seen at the campus pond and fields=20
nearby the University of Massachusetts=20
The ICELAND GULL continues in=20
Pittsfield, and another along with a=20
LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULL have been=20
noted at Turners Falls.
A canvasback was also found at Turners=20
A northern shoveler was on Cheshire=20
Lake and a red-necked grebe was at the=20
southern end of the Quabbin Reservoir.
The red-headed woodpecker was still=20
present at Lake Wallace in Belchertown.
A rough-legged hawk was in Lee and a=20
northern shrike was in Dalton.
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