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Old 05-09-2017, 3:14 PM
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I've noticed people parked along side the road by a fence that has a view of the Dam and they have high quality lenses. Is there something im missing here? Is there some rare species of bird that is nested and that view is the best spot? Every time i go up to burro canyon shooting park theres always a person or a group glued to that fencing. Gonna ask next time im up there but thought i'd ask here first.
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Old 05-09-2017, 4:26 PM
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They are probably looking at the rare Tere Hanges. They flock there this time of year.
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There's a bald eagle nest in the trees. Couple of babies hatched last month.
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I went up there this week and got some pics of them myself, awesome to see them take flight and be in their natural environment.
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I went up there this week and got some pics of them myself, awesome to see them take flight and be in their natural environment.
i havent seen them in that nest for months nor fly nearby. around what time did you see them and same spot?
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i havent seen them in that nest for months nor fly nearby. around what time did you see them and same spot?
Around 2pm.

I saw them flying around 0700
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Used to go there with my dad and watch torpedo tests for Convair/General Dynamics.
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