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 Harrison Mills 2014 Observations and Discussion
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By: Jean (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:24 PM EST  
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2:23pm.................Looks like and adult and a juvie in the water on the river side...........look how the water level has changed! Some days there is so much water here and other days like today, there is little.

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Now I'm seeing 4 here for sure on the old tree.

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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:47 PM EST  
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waveJean.. TY for zooming..great scaps and observations also.........

2:41pm
One adult on the right and we have a juvie on the left

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2:45pm
WOW! Look at this .. water running in the dug out on the golf course..I guess to keep it off the greens...
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Jean..Please tell me about this?


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By: Jean (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:48 PM EST  
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2:47pm.................2 underneath the old tree.

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Only 3 here now in the tree.

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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:49 PM EST  
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2:48pm
Looks LIke One adult and two juvies on the old tree
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By: Jean (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:53 PM EST  
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2:53pm...................Bev, I don't know what this is for sure...................when I saw it I assumed it was one of the many little rivers running out to the flats. There are many little streams out there..................and water was flowing rapidly during the FVBEF in late November. Water comes down from the many mountains as it melts and that usually determines how much water we see in the flats. Too much, too fast in the spring results in floods...........During the festival we were able to watch the spawning salmon in these rivers too...............So that is my guess, another little stream. I know they would be trying to keep the course as dry as possible so someone may have helped make this or else it could be natural. But they wouldn't let me walk all over the golf course to check them out in person! Titter Darn!

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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 05:59 PM EST  
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2:53pm...................Bev, I don't know what this is for sure...................when I saw it I assumed it was one of the many little rivers running out to the flats. There are many little streams out there..................and water was flowing rapidly during the FVBEF in late November. Water comes down from the many mountains as it melts and that usually determines how much water we see in the flats. Too much, too fast in the spring results in floods...........During the festival we were able to watch the spawning salmon in these rivers too...............So that is my guess, another little stream. But they wouldn't let me walk all over the golf course to check them out in person! Titter



Thank you Jean.... It was so pretty.... what you said make sense .. i know we have the same thing here on a walking trail that i use in a wooden area close to the Halifax Harbor............. i love to stop and listen to the water and the birds singing...

WOW! Jean... you are soo lucky to have seen the spawning salmon in these rivers.... nature is amazing...

Thank you for the tour Jean...Left thumb up


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By: RitaR (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 06:51 PM EST  
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Hi Bev, Jean, Sue, Yolande, Dan and everyone. Sorry I haven't been here today....just one of those days. I'm here now and I will take a look around.
Looks like we have one adult and two juvies in the old tree.
3:52 pm
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3:56 pm Found one. Grin Far right trees of the nest.
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By: IrishEyes (offline) on Tuesday, January 07 2014 @ 06:58 PM EST  
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3:54pmWOW TY ZOOMER.... this looks like Mom .. look at her tail feathers
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Hey Rita.... awesome spotting!!


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