Posted by: atowhee | March 20, 2022

KLAMATH BASIN

Some photos from a recent visit to Klamath by Kirk Gooding. It was a celebration of his wife’s birthday. Kirk’s notes: “Of course, seeing a GGO [east of Ashland] is a wonderful way to start our trip to the refuge March 17…A lovely day on the Refuge with plenty of water flooding the fields of those who have rights with plenty of cranes, geese, and swans. No water particularly on the Refuge itself but Strait’s Drain is full….A Stendhal of blackbirds…A lone swan on the Refuge. Is it ill?…Rough-Legged Hawk taking off perhaps to begin its journey north…”

      

In the4 blackbird flock there are many Tricolored, note the white bar in the white stripes.


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