Yesterday I posted a message about a Great Egret at Tschache pool that has a 
yellow tag 29x. Here is the response from Chip Weseloh about “Frank”.  His 
email is attached and he (or I)would appreciate any information on future 
sightings. 




> From: "Weseloh, Chip (EC)" <chip.wese...@canada.ca>
> Date: April 14, 2018 at 12:01:16 PM EDT
> To: "metet...@gmail.com" <metet...@gmail.com>,  

> Oh my goodness, Mike!
> 29X is a famous egret....his name among banders and spotters is "Frank". 
> He/she has its own web page even. We banded it in 2012 at Nottawasaga Island, 
> near Collingwood, Ontario, about 1.5 hrs by car NNW of Toronto, on the 
> southern shore of Georgian Bay. That winter he was observed repeatedly on the 
> waterfront property of David Sobotta in coastal North Carolina. He was 
> re-observed each year, 2014-2017, during the breeding season at Nottawasaga 
> and he has returned to David's place each winter....for 6 years!! It is 
> fantastic that you saw him yesterday at the Montezuma Nat. Wldf. Refuge near 
> Seneca Falls, NY. His fan club will be anxious to hear this. He is 
> undoubtedly on his way back to his breeding colony. Is there any chance that 
> you could go back after the ice storm to see if he is still there? 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: metet...@gmail.com [mailto:metet...@gmail.com] 
> Sent: April 14, 2018 11:00 AM
> To: Weseloh, Chip (EC)
> Subject: Tagged Great Egret
> 
> Yesterday afternoon 4/13 we had a yellow wing tagged Great Egret #29x with 4 
> others. I believe all 5 came in yesterday with only scattered singles 
> reported before this. Thanks, Mike and Joann Tetlow 585-748-5838
> 
> Sent from my iPhone

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