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Pacific Swift and Gray-streaked Flycatcher on St. Paul Island

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  • Scott Schuette
    Each new day seems to be bringing new birds to us of late out here on St. Paul with today s Asiatic highlights being a fly-by PACIFIC SWIFT (formerly called
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      Each new day seems to be bringing new birds to us of late out here on St. Paul with today's Asiatic highlights being a fly-by PACIFIC SWIFT (formerly called Fork-tailed Swift) in the evening while a GRAY-STREAKED FLYCATCHER was found early in the afternoon much to the delight of those who saw it (which was everyone but me).  Of local interest was the 4th Pribilof record of LINCOLN'S SPARROW, a locally rare "RED" FOX SPARROW, and the fall's first EMPEROR GOOSE.  Birds continuing from previous days include SHARP-TAILED SANDPIPER, RED-NECKED STINT, COMMON SNIPE, RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH, and BRAMBLING. 

      Scott Schuette
      St. Paul Island Tour


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