Posted by: atowhee | July 16, 2014

ASHLAND CREEK DIPPER UPDATE

Twice in the past few days I have seen a Dipper foraging along upper Ashland Creek. This is around and inside the uppermost culvert on Granite Street. That’s just upstream from the swimming reservoir about sixty yards and across the gravel street from the road to Reeder Reservoir.
Both sightings have been in the evening. Each time the bird was singing. The second time the Dipper settled down inside the upper end of the culvert and began to hunt in the shallow riffles where the creek first enters the culvert.


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