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  • Jerry White
    Monday September 24th and Tuesday 25th On Monday morning at Usal among the large number of migrating swifts flying over (mostly Vaux s) were White-throated
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      Monday September 24th and Tuesday 25th

      On Monday morning at Usal among the large number of migrating swifts flying over (mostly Vaux's) were White-throated Swifts. At Russian Gulch in the early afternoon there was a BLACKPOLL WARBLER.

      On Tuesday at Cottoneva Creek there was a singing (very thrasher like sound) American Dipper and 3 River Otters. Looking down on Hardy Creek from Highway 1 a Northern Pygmy-Owl was being mobbed.
      At Juan Creek I refound the MAGNOLIA WARBLER.
      At De Haven Creek there was another American Dipper. At the Westport Headlands a flock of about 85 Greater White-fronted Geese flew over. There were Red Crossbills at the Caspar Cemetery. Jerry White


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