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Freezout P.M.

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MOB, checked out Freezout this late afternoon. First of year birds are-- Morning Dove saw first ones at the Garage site, a pair of Blue-winged Teal not far
birder43
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May 2

Cassin's Vireo and other Lewis & Clark Caverns Arrivals

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There was one between Rainy Lake and Calcite Springs in Yellowstone on Monday afternoon as well. Katie La Salle-Lowery katie@bigskycountry.net
Katie LaSalle-Lowery
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Apr 21

House Wren

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Marilyn, et al: Here is an except from the American Birding Association on the matter: ...1(b) To avoid stressing birds or exposing them to danger, exercise
danbcr10
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Apr 17

New Images

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Wonderful! Thanks for posting the link.
cgreiman
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Apr 17

New Year's Day 2015

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After seeing Scott's report, I was on the lookout today while out at Big Slough WPA (aka Dominek Lake on most maps). I checked the pivots along the road just
Diane Borgreen
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Apr 16

Yellow-rumped Warblers

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The Yellow-rumped Warbler was seen in Lincolnwood in the Rattlesnake, Missoula.
reelbirder
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Apr 16

White-winged Scoter

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Good Afternoon MOBsters, After three days of feeling like I'd been run over by a train with the latest crud that's been going around, and three consecutive
stepturner
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Apr 14

Possible Golden-crowned Sparrow

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Yes Don, I have it: MBRC 2008-023. Thanks for checking. Jeff ****************** Jeff Marks 4241 SE Liebe Street Portland, OR 97206 503-774-4783 Birds of
Jeff
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Apr 12

Unusual sightings, "hassles", and science -- an "ornithologist's" pe

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Mike, Since I'm working late tonight and saw your post about the "glitch" in finding the earliest arrival Mountain Plover observations, I decided to push out a
Ratz, Dave
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Apr 10

"early" migrants: a cautionary note

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Mob, I can remember as a pretentious 13 year old submitting observations I had made at the Westby City Park to a prominent ornithologist, observations that
fabian_vas
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Apr 10

Rare Birds, Early Sightings, Photography

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Judy: A long, well-documented history of known arrival dates, in a way, is "evidence to the contrary". The volume of vetted sightings in eBird that show the
danbcr10
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Apr 10

Modern Birding

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Apologies if this has posted twice. I am having trouble with my email. Hi Folks, I would like to put in my 2 cents worth here, Gary and Thomas raise good
rosemaryhleach
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Apr 9

Turkey Vultures

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Hi all, Tom M. and I saw a Turkey Vulture yesterday in Cut Bank, which is a bit of an oddity in these parts. It actually took me a few minutes to convince
kathleenatkins
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Apr 8

Freezout

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MoBsters- Had to laugh at this! I must have the worst Dipper timing (or karma- not sure which…) in the world. I have been up and down both forks of the Teton
Timothy Barksdale
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Apr 3

Glacier National Park Area RFI

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Hello John, Last summer, there was a Northern Three-toed nest along the Red Eagle Lake Trail. It was in an area with conifers and looked like there had
maltabirder
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Mar 28
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