Oct 4th - As Quoted!

So, as quoted in yesterday's post, SW wind brings the Peregrines, Eagles and Osprey.  No surprises there as I know the Hawk Cliff people know what they're talking about, they've got years of experience at this game!

Osprey - 1
Bald Eagle - 3
Northern Harrier - 3
Sharp-shinned Hawk - 19
Cooper's Hawk - 1
Red-tailed Hawk - 1
American Kestrel - 1
Peregrine Falcon - 5
Total - 34

To Date:
Turkey Vulture - 115
Osprey - 127
Bald Eagle - 70
Northern Harrier - 100
Sharp-shinned Hawk - 2117
Cooper's Hawk - 38
Northern Goshawk - 0
Red-shouldered Hawk - 0
Broad-winged Hawk - 1403
Red-tailed Hawk - 30
Rough-legged Hawk - 0
Golden Eagle - 0
American Kestrel - 395
Merlin - 76
Peregrine Falcon - 25
Total - 4496

Eagle Time (EDT):
10:56 AM - BE
04:00 PM - BE x2

Nineteen Monarch butterflies were counted today.

Joining me today were - John, Gunnar, Hugh, Carol, Gary & Wei Li and their visiting relatives, Pat & Nancy, and Cori. Today we also had an afternoon shift which consisted of Betty, Berle and Allison.  My thanks to everyone for their participation and friendship.

Weather-wise, likely more of the same tomorrow as wind is predicted to be from the SW again.

Some of you who use Lee's Rosetta Facebook site might know a gentleman named Andre Tardif.  Andre was at Rosetta last weekend with his remote controlled quadcopter, or drone as they're known.  With an attached camera, these small drones now have the ability to shoot film from just about anywhere and at any angle.  This short 'teaser' that Andre kindly offers gives us bird lovers a brand new perspective, a bird's eye view of the Gardens.

Thankyou Andre for sharing this video.  We look forward to seeing the finished piece.  More of Andre's work can be found on YouTube by searching 'travelwithsally'.


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