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11/6/11: Rusty Blackbird Continues

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  • Bob Barnes
    Hi, UPDATE - The RUSTY BLACKBIRD first found yesterday by Tom Wurster was present again this morning at Cerro Coco Community College in Ridgecrest, eastern
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 6, 2011
      Hi,

      UPDATE - The RUSTY BLACKBIRD first found yesterday by Tom Wurster was
      present again this morning at Cerro Coco Community College in
      Ridgecrest, eastern Kern County. It was relocated by Bob Barnes at
      the same location as yesterday - working the edge of the lawn inside
      the running track. Later it moved downhill to the baseball field
      where it foraged on the grass in right field. Kelli Levinson arrive
      shortly thereafter to observe and photograph this blackbird as it
      foraged on the right field grass.

      Other birds foraging on the running track infield at the same time as
      the Rusty Blackbird included eleven American Robins and a single
      Western Meadowlark. Other birds foraging on the baseball field at the
      same time as the Rusty Blackbird included two Killdeer, a flock of
      225+ Horned Larks, five European Starlings, a female Red-winged
      Blackbird, and a single (the same?) Western Meadowlark.

      Bob Barnes, Ridgecrest, Kern County, California

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