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Palm Warbler, Black Scoter, et al.

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  • chaniot@pacific.net
    Sun, 6 Oct 2002 -- Dorothy Tobkin reports 3 male BLACK SCOTERS and several RED-NECKED GREBES off of Ward Avenue in Cleone, and a large total of 36 SNOWY
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      Sun, 6 Oct 2002 -- Dorothy Tobkin reports 3 male BLACK SCOTERS and several
      RED-NECKED GREBES off of Ward Avenue in Cleone, and a large total of 36
      SNOWY PLOVERS at Ten-Mile beach.
      Jessica Morton reports:
      "The PALM WARBLER was on a round fencepost along the Haul
      Road, just
      to the south of the palms at 1:42; it was sitting on top of the post,
      constantly dipping its tail for several moments before flying down to the
      grass behind the fence. Also about 3 dozen Canada Geese on R & R among a
      few American wigeon at the Pudding Creek lagoon, west side of the highway
      about 2 p.m."
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