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Lesser Yellowlegs - Hare Creek (Fort Bragg)

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  • K A Havlena
    Thurs, 19 Aug 2010 -- Dorothy Toby Tobkin called to say that a LESSER YELLOWLEGS was at Hare Creek mouth, just south of the intersection of Hwy 1 and Hwy 20,
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      Thurs, 19 Aug 2010 -- Dorothy "Toby" Tobkin called to say that a LESSER
      YELLOWLEGS
      was at Hare Creek mouth, just south of the intersection of Hwy 1 and Hwy 20, at
      the south
      edge of Fort Bragg.   There were also other Western and Least Sandpipers and a
      Semipalmated
      Plover or two around.
      The current access is from the south side of the Hare Ck bridge.  Turn west
      on Cypress and

      vere right again.  Look for a fence with a break.  The trail is narrow and wet,
      due to a seep
      or spring.  Use extreme caution navigating this trail.

      For Dorothy Tobkin

      K Havlena, Fort Bragg, MEN, CA




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