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Yellow-green Vireo on San Clemente Island

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  • HeraldPetrel@aol.com
    Birders Today, following a night of light southeasterly winds, a good number of migrants fell out on San Clemente Island. Jonathan Plissner, Anne Condon and
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 18, 2002
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      Birders

      Today, following a night of light southeasterly winds, a good number of
      migrants fell out on San Clemente Island. Jonathan Plissner, Anne Condon and
      myself found a photographed the first Yellow-green Vireo for the island at
      Lemon Tank this afternoon. The birds was exceptionally bright, and should
      prove easily identifiable in the photos. With the vireo were an Indigo
      Bunting, two Phainopeplas and a female Virginia's Warbler among other typical
      early fall migrants.

      Others noteworthy birds of late include Eastern Kingbird, Prairie Warbler,
      tons of White-winged Doves, and the continuing Buff-breasted Sandpiper and
      Broad-winged Hawk.

      thanks

      Brian Sullivan
      Institute for Wildlife Studies
      SCE/NRO/NALF/SCI
      PO Box
      San Diego, CA
      92135

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