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Re: Bullock's Oriole

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  • Jamie Mullin
    Rick, Hi I live in Groveland, also in Tuolomne County I spotted 1 Bullock s Oriole (At least I think that is what it was (I m new to birding so my ID s may not
    Message 1 of 4 , May 7, 2006
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      Rick,

      Hi I live in Groveland, also in Tuolomne County I
      spotted 1 Bullock's Oriole (At least I think that is
      what it was (I'm new to birding so my ID's may not be
      100%) in my front yard tree a few days ago. Maybe
      their late arrival is due to the 70+ inches of rain we
      have gotten so far this year. I sent you a photo that I got of the
      Oriole I saw.
      Jamie Mullin
      Groveland, CA

      --- In CALBIRDS@yahoogroups.com, "radioric83" <radioric83@...> wrote:
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      > Where are the Bullock's Oriole? I live in the Sierra foothills,
      > Tuolumne county CA, and have been a bird watcher for some twenty
      > years. Through out this time I have observed the return of the
      > Orioles during the last week of march, here it is, the first week
      of
      > may and I have yet to see, or hear an Oriole. Has anybody noticed
      > this, or have they seen any orioles this spring?
      >
      >
      > Rick Hoppe
      > Sonora, Ca
      >
    • Marilyn Wojcik
      First of season Bullock s Oriole in Contra Costa County, Concord, CA, right in our backyard this morning. Marilyn Wojcik 925-766-2732 [Non-text portions of
      Message 2 of 4 , Mar 27, 2011
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        First of season Bullock's Oriole in Contra Costa County, Concord, CA, right
        in our backyard this morning.



        Marilyn Wojcik

        925-766-2732



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