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Sweet Grass County Red-headed Woodpecker(s)

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Two Sparrows in a Hurricane? Doesn't make a lot of sense but most song lyrics don't Jim Oates
James Oates
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Sep 8

Shorebird Census Freezout Lake

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Mike and Tim, Thank you for remembering Chuck Carlson on your big shorebird day. We all know that Chuck would have read and enjoyed every entry in your
lunarruna2
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Sep 4

Whooping Crane ?

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Hi Ben, Actually, the experimental cross fostering occurred at Grays Lake, Idaho, not Mud Lake. The last of those birds is thought to have died by ca. 2000. We
Jeff
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Aug 26

Peregrine

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I agree that it seems like a stretch for a house cat to bring home a peregrine (but who knows). But this does give me the chance to mention that about 3 weeks
lunarruna2
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Aug 11

ID help requested

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Dan, Thanks for the response. The bird was not seen this morning or yesterday - watched pretty steady 0730 to 0830. Will post a couple more shots taken
vagapaddler
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Aug 5

Franklin's Gulls on Grayling Arm of Hebgen Lake, Gallatin County, Fr

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Quality may have something to do with it, but I suspect the main operating factor is quantity. Jeff Marks Portland, OR ... From: Scott Heppel
Jeff
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Jul 23

Bridger Creek (Sweet Grass County) Lewis's Woodpecker 2017 Nesting S

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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
vagapaddler
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Jul 23
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