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(4)Quality may have something to do with it, but I suspect the main operating factor is quantity. Jeff Marks Portland, OR ... From: Scott Heppel
(3)Cole, All, I am convinced that that Ken & I (independently, different days) saw the proper black/white wing pattern of the Red-headed Woodpecker flying into
(6)I see red-wings in small numbers during the winter months in the corn fields in Lake county, mostly in the Moiese area. A 50ish year-old friend, who has been a
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(5)Glad you enjoyed it, Mike! Yeah, we’ve got to figure out how to hit some higher regions before the summer’s out. We’ve got a week with Boy Scouts in
(4)Hi again, I forgot to say, both the person and the hawk were taken to the hospital emergency room for humans at Marcus Daly Hospital in Hamilton, where the
(6)Jean, The deciduous thickets around the Visitor Center are worthy of a half hour or so. Mike Lesnik Lewistown
(7)Mike, Cole: eBird reviewers cannot delete any checklists other than their own. But they csn choose to invalidate records with scant or no details for rare
(3)Sneed At Ft. Peck you should check out the Downstream Campground and Kiwanis Park for Orchard Orioles and other passerines. There are two city parks in
(3)I saw a redheaded today in medicine rocks state park, will e bird when I have better service. Sent from my Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone ...
(4)Mike, I am guessing it was sainfoin. It is a legume that is often used instead of alfalfa. At one time we lived out by Townsend on few acres and I had a
(9)My wife and I did see the Alder Flycatcher, but not the Palm Warbler on Sunday afternoon.Gary SwantDeer Lodge Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S7, an AT&T 4G LTE
(5)Sneed, MOB, Snooping in eBird I just noticed that the checklist at the Orange map pin that comes up with a Lewis's Woodpecker "Species Maps
(3)Sneed, Thanks much! Mike From: MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MOB-Montana@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Monday, June 12, 2017 3:22 PM To:
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