SE CA RBA-reports lost, please resend
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* January 22nd, 2002
All reports to the Southeastern California RBA this week (from the 17th on) were
lost in a
computer glitch today. Some were from birders from out of state, or outside of
SE CA, so
I am cross-posting this to try and recover all reports possible. One request to
be placed on
the RBA mailing list was also lost. If that was you, write again.
So that this can also act as a Birdwest report, birds seen from the 17th-22nd
Continuing RED-NECKED GREBES and TUFTED DUCK at Lake Perris. Also word of a
Yellow Shafted Northern Flicker there. The hybrid TUFTED DUCK X GREATER SCAUP
has reportedly returned as well.
Continuing BROWN THRASHER in Moreno Valley (one reporter thinks that there may
Continuing PAINTED REDSTART at the Living Desert. Also, continuing ASH-THROATED
FLYCATCHER and a BROWN-CRESTED FLYCATCHER.
Continuing RUDDY GROUND-DOVES in Blythe
Continuing GREEN-TAILED TOWHEE (19th) and SCOTT'S ORIOLE (21st) and Red-naped
Sapsucker in my Riverside yard.
Certain confirmation that the LEAST TERNS reported at the Salton Sea were
actually Forster's Terns.
Many other birds were reported. Those will be lost if the reports are not made
on most can be found on last week's Birdwest report and details will be
on this week's regular Birdwest report as well (scheduled for the 24th).
SE CA RBA compiler