There was just an alert on Facebook that Woodcocks are really suffering due
to the snowstorm as they have migrated in only to find no ground and no
earthworms available.  I hope that your stream may have some open muddy
areas along the edge.

Linda Orkin

On Fri, Mar 17, 2017 at 11:41 AM, Lois E. Chaplin <> wrote:

> I was out on snowshoes in my backyard around 7:30 last night (dusk). I was
> going down towards the stream when a bird in flight caught my eye. It was
> headed up the stream bed and it landed out of sight near the stream. It
> made no noise – neither vocalizations nor wing noise. It appeared to be
> football-shaped and not a very big bird (large robinesque). There is nearby
> a known habit for Woodcock and I’m thinking that’s what it might have
> been.  Any other thoughts for me to consider?
> Lois Chaplin
> Beam HIll
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