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Red Knot at Virgin Creek

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  • chaniot@pacific.net
    Thu, 9 Aug 2001 -- Dorothy Tobkin reports a RED KNOT in partial breeding plumage at Virgin Creek Beach north of Fort Bragg. She also saw the first Marbled
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 10 6:12 AM
      Thu, 9 Aug 2001 -- Dorothy Tobkin reports a RED KNOT in partial breeding
      plumage at Virgin Creek Beach north of Fort Bragg. She also saw the first
      Marbled Godwit of the season.
    • carolynkinet
      Thur., May 3, 2012 - Toby Tobkin called yesterday to report a male RED KNOT in full breeding plumage at Virgin Creek Beach. She also confirmed the 4 HARLEQUIN
      Message 2 of 3 , May 3, 2012
        Thur., May 3, 2012 - Toby Tobkin called yesterday to report a male RED KNOT in full breeding plumage at Virgin Creek Beach. She also confirmed the 4 HARLEQUIN DUCKs I had seen Tuesday were still in residence.
        Sorry for the late post.

        For Toby Tobkin

        Carolyn Kinet
        Inglenook
      • George Gibbs
        2 Aug 2017 Until about five minutes ago when a jogger came through, there was a Red Knot, feathers molting back to basic plumage, mixed in with a large group
        Message 3 of 3 , Aug 2 6:51 PM
          2 Aug 2017

          Until about five minutes ago when a jogger came through, there was a Red Knot, feathers molting back to basic plumage, mixed in with a large group of shorebirds. Flock included Willets, Black-bellied Plovers, Semi-palmated Plovers, Whimbrels , Ruddy Turnstones, Black Turnstones, and peeps.

          George Gibbs
          Ukiah

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