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Photos From the Bluebird Trail

Mtn Bluebird nestlings

Mtn Bluebird nestlings

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Mountain Bluebird at box.

 

A couple of photos taken on the Rocky Mtn. Road bluebird trail, 7/7/15.

Top: One day old nestlings waiting to be fed.

Middle:  A male Mountain Bluebird celebrates a newly installed nest box.

Bottom: A male Mtn. Bluebird exits a box after feeding nestlings.

Photos by Lou Ann Harris.

 

 

 

 

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And The Winners Are . . . . .

2015 SAS Birdathon Awards 

Photo by Lou Ann Harris

Photo by Lou Ann Harris

Most $$ Raised by an Individual - Evelyn Acton, $1,517.00

Most Pledges - Evelyn Acton, 30

Most Species Seen - Wingnuts, 141 species (Paulette Epple, Martha Collins, Adele Pittendrigh, Steve Hoffman)

Most Species Seen, Half-Day - Wild Bird Women, 35 species (Debi Naccarto, Angela Van Slyke, Deb Lewis, Mary Lou Wild)

Most Species Seen in an IBA - Oblivious Sage Hens & Strutters, 110 species at Red Rock Lakes (Loreene Reid, Sharon Hanton, Karin Jennings, Carol Anderson, Bob Swien)

Montana Audubon Award (most magpies seen) - The Executives, 138 magpies (Lou Ann Harris, Loreene Reid, Paulette Epple, Evelyn Acton)

Sacajawea Audubon Award (most raptors seen) - Wingnuts, 85 raptors (Paulette Epple, Martha Collins, Adele Pittendrigh, Steve Hoffman)

Mentor Award - Paulette Epple

Best Bird - Wingnuts, Black Tern (Paulette Epple, Martha Collins, Adele Pittendrigh, Steve Hoffman)