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Tropical Kingbird

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  • E. Rae Hudspeth
    This am about 9:30 I spotted a Tropical Kingbird at The Sea Ranch. It was feeding from a tree adjacent to the Black Point Beach public access. I observed it
    Message 1 of 4 , Oct 5, 2002
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      This am about 9:30 I spotted a Tropical Kingbird at The Sea Ranch. It was
      feeding from a tree adjacent to the Black Point Beach public access. I
      observed it for More than a half hour. Rae

      E Rae Hudspeth, M.D.
      PO Box 78
      The Sea Ranch, CA 95497
      707 785-2969
    • Karen Havlena
      Hello birders, About 4:30 this afternoon, I had a Tropical Kingbird. It was perched on the utility wire where Highway 1 intersects with Ocean Meadows Circle
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 5, 2005
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        Hello birders,

        About 4:30 this afternoon, I had a Tropical Kingbird.
        It was perched on the utility wire where Highway 1
        intersects with Ocean Meadows Circle (the north
        junction), just north of Ten Mile River.

        --- Jim Havlena




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      • Diane Hichwa
        A Tropical Kingbird was seen along Lighthouse Rd near Pt Arena Light on Sunday afternoon, Oct 21. Diane Hichwa Email: dhichwa@earthlink.net Telephone:
        Message 3 of 4 , Oct 23, 2012
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          A Tropical Kingbird was seen along Lighthouse Rd near Pt Arena Light on
          Sunday afternoon, Oct 21.
          Diane Hichwa

          Email: dhichwa@...

          Telephone: 707-785-1922 (Sea Ranch)
          707-483-3130 (cell)
          More Tail Wagging!!! Less Barking!!
          Millie 2007




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        • stevestump
          11/10/14 1226 There is a Tropical Kingbird at the Ukiah WWTP first seen at 1050 and still present at the East end of the South Pond. Steve Stump
          Message 4 of 4 , Nov 10, 2014
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            11/10/14 1226


            There is a Tropical Kingbird at the Ukiah WWTP first seen at 1050 and still present at the East end of the South Pond. Steve Stump

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