Posted by: bbharry72 | 14 October 2015

Smith Point Hawkwatch report for Oct 14

Smith Point Hawkwatch report for Oct 14. Moderate east winds shifted to southeast at 1100. Harriers kept moving and swallows were still going strong at 1630. Marvin Masters, John Whittle and Gary and Denise helped with the count. Bob
Migrants
38 Northern Harrier
19 Sharp-shinned Hawks
27 Cooper’s Hawks
247 Broad-winged Hawks
3 Red-tailed Hawks
5 Swainson’s Hawks
13 American Kestrels
1 Merlin
5 Mississippi Kites

2015 Smith Point
YTD
Black Vulture 8
Turkey Vulture 85
Osprey 64
Bald Eagle 3
Northern Harrier 180
Sharp-shinned Hawk 1568
Cooper’s Hawk 958
Red-shouldered Hawk 34
Broad-winged Hawk 14893
Red-tailed Hawk 36
Swainson’s Hawk 131
Ferruginous Hawk 0
White-tailed Hawk 1
Harris’s Hawk 0
Zone-tailed Hawk 0
Golden Eagle 0
American Kestrel 461
Merlin 43
Peregrine Falcon 65
Prairie Falcon 0
Crested Caracara 0
Mississippi Kite 4916
Swallow-tailed Kite 99
White-tailed Kite 6
Hook-billed Kite 0
unidentified Accipiter 3
unidentified Buteo 4
unidentified falcon 0
unidentified eagle 0
unidentified raptor 0

Total 23558

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