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At 2:32 pm still viewable from Sugar Grove Rd on the north side of the road, just west of University lane (road with one pine tree and one cedar). It was eating a fresh kill. Photos will be on eBird checklist. 

Good Birding,
Joseph Mosley

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About 30 minutes ago I relocated the Ferruginous Hawk on a utility pole just west of R1 Lake (off of Sugar Grove Rd). It flew to a fence post to the north of the road a little west of R1 Lake, where it sat for a while before flying north over the South Farm headquarters area. And just now it flew southeast right over R1Lake! Photos on eBird later.

Pete

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Thank you, Peter, for reporting to Mobirds.  All birders are encouraged to report sightings on the listserve so others may have up to date information.  eBird reports do not show until one hour after submission.

Edge Wade
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Beautiful light morph Ferruginous Hawk found by Paul McKenzie continues at Beef Teaching Farm (Boone  Co.). Several people watched it perched, fly, and come back to the perch around noon. Photos taken. Also an absolute knockout Krider's hawk continues in the area.
Later,
PK

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