[midvalleybirds] Re: [obol] Re: Linn Co Gyrfalcon

Lars Norgren larspernorgren at gmail.com
Sat Mar 2 14:26:57 PST 2019


I am about to head south on Peoria Rd from Hwy 34
 Anyone try the Benton County side of the Willamette? That's my
inclination. The river is no barrier to birds, and there's typically more
Cacklers in BC

On Sat, Mar 2, 2019, 2:12 PM Rebecca Hartman <rhartman at eou.edu> wrote:

> Tom,
> Thanks for being our ambassador!  Connecting positively like this with
> property owners is really important, and I appreciate what you did.
> I couldn't make it back out today, but perhaps I'll chase a bit
> tomorrow....
> Rebecca
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> On Sat, Mar 2, 2019 at 2:01 PM tom <tom at barbless.com> wrote:
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>> Lots of chasers today, no luck so far.
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>> I did meet an adjacent landowner at the spot, and he was initially very
>> upset by all the action, and the potential for trespass! He said he deals
>> with lost people often, and people who walk on the nearby private farm
>> roads. Apparently some maps still show a river crossing (was a ferry?) on
>> his property, and people insist on finding it. After 15 minutes of talk, he
>> was calmer, and telling me about the bird boxes and perches he has
>> installed.
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>> Let's show him how well birders behave!
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>> --tg
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