Dipper Sighting 11.25.2012


I was on the Ashland Greenway this afternoon, and saw a dipper at the confluence of Ashland and Bear Creeks.  The only vantage point was from the south end of the Greenway bridge over Bear Creek, and from this distant view the bird did not appear to be banded.  However, it spent most of its time with its legs in the water, and viewing conditions weren’t the best (distant and low light).  There was considerable whitewash on rocks both above and below the Greenway bridge, so this bird does spend time closer to the bridge.  Something to keep an eye out for….









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