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2962Fall reports due

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  • Robert J. Keiffer
    Dec 1, 2008
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      1 December 2008 - The fall report period for bird observations has
      come to a close.

      The fall report period is the longest seasonal period - comprised
      of August, September, October, and November. It is also one of the
      most complex due to
      the mass fall migrations from the north ...shorebirds, raptors,
      passerines, etc. I will soon be summarizing the significant
      Mendocino County bird
      observations for these months and then submitting them to the
      Northern California sub-regional editors for North American Birds.
      If you wish to submit any previously UNREPORTED sightings, or submit
      personal summaries, then send them directly to rjkeiffer@...
      or mail them to the address near my signature, before December 10th.

      If the sighting was already posted on Mendobirds then I have it
      already, but I gladly accept summaries from observers. If you saw a
      rare or unusual
      bird that was discovered by someone else, then please note who the
      original "finder" was.

      Again, a kind reminder for those posting messages on Mendobirds
      ....if you begin the message with the full date (like 1 December
      2008) and end the message
      your full name and maybe contact info (phone and/or email) ....then
      it makes it MUCH easier for me to conserve on ink, printed space and
      time when I print them for the hard-copy files.

      Thanks. Good birding. Bob Keiffer

      Robert J. Keiffer
      Principal Supt. of Agriculture
      UC Hopland Research & Extension Center
      4070 University Road
      Hopland, CA 95449
      (707) 744-1424 FAX (707) 744-1040
      HREC website: http://danrrec.ucdavis.edu/hopland/home_page.html

      "It is not the critic who counts... not the one who points out how
      the strong person stumbles... or where the doer of deeds could have
      done better. The credit belongs to the person who is actually in the
      arena." Theodore Roosevelt

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