[twitchermap] Submitted by: D and L Oleksa Report: Nice to see these in the area.
[twitchermap] Submitted by: Lois Oleksa Report: On two successive days two mature bald eagles were sighted and one morning in the fog one mature bald eagle was seen. The red tail hawks were upset for nearly an hour until they flew west along Cooks Creek.
[twitchermap] Submitted by: David Oleksa Report: 2 Bald eagles. One on the high tension power line tower, the other in a nearby tree. (later chased by a murder of crows)
[twitchermap] Submitted by: Jim Orben Report: A large black bear walked slowly across the road as I approached on my bicycle. It showed no interest in me, and went south down a driveway toward Cooks Creek.
This Op-Ed was written by W. Scott Douglas, president of the Cooks Creek Watershed Association and first appeared in the Bucks County Herald’s January 22, 2015 edition. The Cooks Creek Watershed is a 30-square-mile Exceptional Value watershed located in Upper Bucks County. It contains more than 40 miles of pristine…
[twitchermap] Submitted by: L. Oleksa Report: This majestic osprey was heading west just north of Cooks Creek.
Noticed this week that our spring migrants are back in force! Common Yellowthroats, Blue Winged, Yellow, Waterthrush, and Wood Thrushes are back in the watershed for the annual nest fest.
[twitchermap] Submitted by: Joanne Graziano Report: Eating dropped horse feed on the ground just inside pasture. Hunter Road, Kintnersville
[twitchermap] Submitted by: Matt Report: Flying north into the woods