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Baird's Sandpiper & Other Ten Mile Birds

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  • Karen Havlena
    Thurs, 5 August 2010 -- There was a single BAIRD S SANDPIPER with a few WESTERN SANDPIPERs south of Fen Ck mouth and north of the (9) SNOWY PLOVERS fenced
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      Thurs, 5 August 2010 -- There was a single BAIRD'S SANDPIPER with a
      few WESTERN SANDPIPERs south of Fen Ck mouth and north of the
      (9) SNOWY PLOVERS fenced area.  Today was surely different from
      Tuesday, having less species diversity.  Tuesday's birds included
      RUDDY &  BLACK TURNSTONES, BLACK-BELLIED PLOVER, BLACK
      OYSTERCATCHER and WILLET, but none of them were around here
      this morning.

      A WANDERING TATTLER and a SPOTTED SANDPIPER were on the
      rocky (north) side of Ten Mile river mouth.  SANDERLINGs are looking
      quite beautiful in half-molt between breeding and basic plumage, showing
      silver, black and white on their backs and wings.

      Karen Havlena
      North of Fort Bragg, MEN, CA





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