Goose Lake Road Birding March 26, 2020

A quick visit late in the day.  Overcast with wind and slight snow flurries.  Goose Lake still frozen solid.  A real early spring feeling with Varied Thrushes moving through as well as the Rosyfinches and Longspurs in the last few days.  One gets desperate for anything different this time of year after seeing basically the same birds since last November.

Kamloops–Goose Lake Road, Thompson-Nicola, British Columbia, CA
Mar 26, 2020 3:29 PM – 5:02 PM
Protocol: Traveling
8.0 kilometer(s)
17 species
Red-tailed Hawk  7 (1 very dark adult pictured)
Red-tailed Hawk iujl2
Rough-legged Hawk  5
Northern Flicker  7
Red-shafted Flicker 90jk2
Say’s Phoebe  1
Black-billed Magpie  3
Common Raven  5
Black-capped Chickadee  5
Black 3
Mountain Chickadee  1
Red-breasted Nuthatch  8
European Starling  2
Mountain Bluebird  11
Mountain Bluebird h5
Mountain Bluebird h3
Varied Thrush  3
Varied Thrush oi2
American Robin  44
Dark-eyed Junco  15
Song Sparrow  1
Western Meadowlark  1
Red-winged Blackbird  3

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