#15-10 and #16-10 remain stubbornly at the Chass pen,"
wrote Eva on April 13. "They have gotten into a routine of
flying out of the pen and landing
to the south after the sun has set.…making us have
to go out there and flush them back into the pen. I can’t
wait for them to leave! The forecast for April 15 is for
east wind becoming
and strong SSW wind on April 16." Join Eva in crossing your
fingers for them to leave then!
#15-10 and #16-10 have remained at the Chass
pen since their 3 flockmates migrated on
Photo: Eva Szyszkoski
tracking field Manager Eva will
track the last two chicks back to Wisconsin.