A Northern Shrike at Rock Cut S. P., on the entry road off of Harlem Rd. at the 1st stop sign on Nov.19, also, on Nov 19, Hooded Mergansers on Olson Lake, 5 Pied Bill Grebes on Pierce Lake, Red Shouldered Hawk in the camp ground area, 2 Yellow Rumped Warblers flitting along the road on the East side of park.

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  1. Aaron Boone located a N. Shrike inside the N entrance to Rock Cut late this morning. Very possible that it is the same bird found by Mary on the 19th.

  2. Thanks for making the presence of the N. Shrike known! My family went out on Nov. 22nd, and saw it. It was down from the Harlem entrance yet – but almost to the parking lot for Olsen Lake, on the left side as you go toward the parking area; near the road at the top of a small tree. It sat there long enough for us to get an excellent look, then hyper-sped off to the other side of the street. It was a life bird for both my husband & daughter, and a much better look than the brief glimpse I’d had of one before. I’m sure we would have never seen it if it had not been posted. So the sighting was greatly appreciated.

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