What's the chance of seeing

Discussion in 'Alaska Flyway Forum' started by no harm-no fowl, Feb 17, 2011.

  1. no harm-no fowl

    no harm-no fowl Senior Refuge Member

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    a harly or barrows goldeneye in or around the east side of cooks inlet the first week of september. Thanks
     
  2. Ray

    Ray Senior Refuge Member

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    Good. However, they won't have much plumage to them. No where near as pretty as later in the hear.
     
  3. bigreid

    bigreid Moderator Moderator

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    Depends on what you mean by the east side of Cook Inlet, is that down by Homer or up towards Kenai or further up the Inlet. I have seen a harly or two on the Kenai, but it is rare, not many ducks on the east side of the inlet, unless you are talking down by Homer, but that is pretty early, I would think, for sea ducks, but I would think there are some resident birds.

    What are your plans, are you coming up for a duck trip, big game or fishing with a side of ducks?
     
  4. waldo2382

    waldo2382 Refuge Member

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    If you go into one of the bays around Homer like China Poot or Seldovia, they're going to be brown, not wall hanger status.
     

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