Re: [nfc-l] Canada/Cackling Goose ID request, Solvang, CA (USA)

2019-10-03 Thread David Irons
These sound like Greater White-fronteds, perhaps some feral Anser geese that are non-native. They are definitely not Cackling Geese. Dave Irons Beaverton, OR Sent from my iPhone On Oct 2, 2019, at 6:24 PM, Wim van Dam mailto:wim.van@gmail.com>> wrote: Last Saturday night (2019-09-28, at

Re: [nfc-l] Canada/Cackling Goose ID request, Solvang, CA (USA)

2019-10-03 Thread David Irons
These sound like Greater White-fronteds, perhaps some feral Anser geese that are non-native. They are definitely not Cackling Geese. Dave Irons Beaverton, OR Sent from my iPhone On Oct 2, 2019, at 6:24 PM, Wim van Dam mailto:wim.van@gmail.com>> wrote: Last Saturday night (2019-09-28, at

Re: [nfc-l] How do we know NFCs?

2018-01-31 Thread David Irons
Ted, I forwarded this directly to Jay. Dave Irons Sent from my iPhone On Jan 31, 2018, at 6:21 AM, Ted Floyd > wrote: Jay Withgott? You out there? Could you post a PDF of your fine article in Birding, gasp, 16 years ago? (Feels like yesterday.) Best,

Re: [nfc-l] How do we know NFCs?

2018-01-31 Thread David Irons
Ted, I forwarded this directly to Jay. Dave Irons Sent from my iPhone On Jan 31, 2018, at 6:21 AM, Ted Floyd mailto:tfl...@aba.org>> wrote: Jay Withgott? You out there? Could you post a PDF of your fine article in Birding, gasp, 16 years ago? (Feels like yesterday.) Best, --TF

[nfc-l] Swainson's Thrushes over Eugene, OR

2009-09-13 Thread David Irons
>From 6:00-6:15AM this morning I was hearing 50-80 Swainson's Thrush calls per >minute over my home in Eugene, Oregon. We had a minor thunderstorm last night >and the skies remain solid overcast. Since it was about dawn, the birds were >very low. By 6:30 there were no more calls. Dave Irons

RE: [nfc-l] rails calling during migration

2009-09-01 Thread David Irons
Greetings All, While living in east-central Illinois several years ago, I heard both Virginia Rail and Sora call during nocturnal migrations. I heard these birds flying over my house, which was located in the small town of Fairmount in the vast corn and soybean "desert" of this region. The