Eyes turn to the NOGO, the Franklin's Gull and Brown-headed Nuthatch (and the North Carolina trip for that mater) are now history and Northern Goshawk is the next target I lay my eyes on.
It's not long now - Sunday October 30 we're northbound to Carlisle, Pa and the Waggoner's Gap Hawk Watch.
I plan to leave and arrive at the Wag Gap watch for the last few hours on Sunday, spend the full day at the watch on Monday, and spend a good part of Tuesday at the watch and then come back home Tuesday afternoon. In all willingness I will get a goshawk in this time period. If not, that's okay, it's a wonderful hawk watch to go to with Golden Eagles common there and much else. And if I don't get a gos, I have a few possible backup plans.
I will update from my hotel Sunday night.