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Birds (Yes & No) North of Fort Bragg

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  • Karen Havlena
    Sun, 10 May 2009 -- Neither RED KNOT nor RUDDY TURNSTONE could be found at Virgin Ck beach late morning.  Four LONG-BILLED CURLEWS, sixteen DUNLIN, four
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      Sun, 10 May 2009 -- Neither RED KNOT nor RUDDY TURNSTONE could
      be found at Virgin Ck beach late morning.  Four LONG-BILLED CURLEWS,
      sixteen DUNLIN, four Semi-palmated Plovers, several Western Sands, and numerous
      Whimbrels were about.
       At Ten Mile river mouth, there were three LONG-BILLED CURLEWS and two
      Spotted Sandpipers.
       On Ocean Meadows Cir, our tan stripe WHITE-THROATED SPARROW is still
      with us. Its molt appears to be complete, so it may not hang around much longer.
      May 10th should be a pretty late date for MEN.  (Humboldt Co. has records to
      very, late May, etc).

      Karen & Jim Havlena
      North of Fort Bragg, CA




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