posted on Apr, 22 2004 @ 12:15 AM
The weather is getting warmer, but a robin above the circle does not surprise me. This was, be aware, in 1993.
Areas below and at the circle support massive amounts of birds, from all over the world. The geese arrived just last week, I wish everyone here could
hear their cry as they keep pouring in.
Just recently, there were several new types of species spotted here, I will follow up if I can find it again.
Any bird flying in migration can easily get blown off course, especially given the winds we feel here in Alaska. 2 or 3 days of 70 to 110 knot winds
will take anything a little off course! The Chinook Winds, whew!
Anyhow, if you are a birder, check it out here. Geese everywhere, literally. Bald eagles also ( I throw fresh caught rainbow trout to bald eagles, and
they dive and catch) One of my favorite fishing spots is right close to an eagle nest- about the size of a Volkswagon in the tree.
For robin sightings in 1995, in Alaska Click Here