Monday, February 26, 2007

The Scioto River Below the Griggs Reservoir Dam

I went on a short birding expedition along the Scioto River this afternoon after work. Other than a few Mallards, a Belted Kingfisher, and a raptor that was too far away to identify, I didn't find many birds. I did find about 130 Canada Geese on the ice above the dam. The water was much higher than last week due to snow melt. I was hoping to find more of the variety of ducks we saw in this same spot last week.

7 comments:

Steve said...

Hey! This is supposed to be on the Steve Stuff weblog! What's it doing here? Somebody is in trouble.

Pete said...

i was impressed with emma's birding skills

Andi Wolfe said...

Yah, well, you know how old people are so forgetful???? Steve tried to post this on his blog, but was on Emma's page. . . It's not too far off since Emma usually goes birding with us. She's very patient while we look through our binoculars or take photos.

Anonymous said...

poor little emma -- booted out of the lime-light on her own blog!!!

and by those dirty BIRDIES!
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Jan said...

Emma has obviously taken this infiltration on her blog badly - no updates for ages. My Emma is waiting to see what her friend has been up to. :)

Pete said...

oi we want the dog

Andi Wolfe said...

OK - sorry! I've been swamped this month. I'll post some pics before I head to Australia. . .