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  • Dave Woodward
    Birds of local interest this afternoon at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park included 5 Semipalmated Plovers, 3 Wilson s Phalaropes, one
    Message 1 of 9 , Aug 3 8:45 PM
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      Birds of local interest this afternoon at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park included 5 Semipalmated Plovers, 3 Wilson's Phalaropes, one Red-necked Phalarope and one Greater Yellowlegs. The number of Least and Western Sandpipers increased to about 40.
      Dave Woodward
    • Dave Woodward
      There was a Black-bellied Plover in breeding plumage and a Willet at the outlet of Kelsey Creek this afternoon. Dave Woodward
      Message 2 of 9 , Aug 10 5:31 PM
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        There was a Black-bellied Plover in breeding plumage and a Willet at the outlet of Kelsey Creek this afternoon.
        Dave Woodward
      • dlwoodwardww
        There was a Solitary Sandpiper at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park late this afternoon. Dave Woodward
        Message 3 of 9 , Aug 24 8:03 PM
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          There was a Solitary Sandpiper at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park late this afternoon.

          Dave Woodward
        • Jerry White
          In Clear Lake State Park at the outlet earlier today there were 5 Pectoral Sandpipers, 18 Long-billed Dowitchers, 2 Greater Yellowlegs and single COMMON TERN.
          Message 4 of 9 , Oct 1, 2012
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            In Clear Lake State Park at the outlet earlier today there were 5 Pectoral Sandpipers, 18 Long-billed Dowitchers, 2 Greater Yellowlegs and single COMMON TERN. Jerry White

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          • Dave Woodward
            8/11/14 This morning a Cattle Egret flew in from the west and landed with the gull flock at the Kelsey Creek outlet in Clear Lake State Park. It stayed about 4
            Message 5 of 9 , Aug 11 10:13 AM
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              8/11/14
              This morning a Cattle Egret flew in from the west and landed with the gull flock at the Kelsey Creek outlet in Clear Lake State Park. It stayed about 4 or 5 minutes, then flew back to the west and landed out of sight beyond the tules. At the time of Jerry White's last published update of the county list (Aug. 2012)  there were four county records for the species.

              Also at the outlet today were 1 American Avocet, 5 Semipalmated Plovers, 4 Wilson's Phalaropes, along with Least, Western and Spotted Sandpipers and 2 Caspian Terns.

              David Woodward
              Lakeport
            • Dave Woodward
              8/20/14 This afternoon there was one Baird s Sandpiper at the Kelsey Creek outlet. There were also about 70 Least and Western Sandpipers, one Greater
              Message 6 of 9 , Aug 20 3:38 PM
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                8/20/14 This afternoon there was one Baird's Sandpiper at the Kelsey Creek outlet. There were also about 70 Least and Western Sandpipers, one Greater Yellowlegs, three Semipalmated Plovers and 9 Caspian Terns.

                David Woodward
                Lakeport
              • Dave Woodward
                6/28/15 There were unusual numbers of shorebirds at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park this morning. This was my first trip out there this
                Message 7 of 9 , Jun 28
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                  6/28/15 There were unusual numbers of shorebirds at the outlet of Kelsey Creek in Clear Lake State Park this morning. This was my first trip out there this year. It is VERY difficult to get there because Clear Lake is still high. I wore waist high waders.

                  There was a flock of 64 Willets that circled numerous times and eventually landed where I counted them. They were soon joined by a flock of 55 Western Sandpipers. A flock of 14 Marbled Godwits circled many times, often joined the Willets in flight, but never landed. There was also a single Least Sandpiper and one Killdeer out there.

                  David Woodward
                  Lakeport
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