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Humboldt Birds for Week Two February, 2004

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    Humboldt Birds for Week Two February, 2004 At the Arcata Marsh Rob Fowler had a adult BALD EAGLE fly over on February 13. At the base of Chezm Road Frank
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      Humboldt Birds for Week Two February, 2004

      At the Arcata Marsh Rob Fowler had a adult BALD EAGLE fly over on February
      13.

      At the base of Chezm Road Frank Anderson had a male NORTHERN
      "YELLOW-SHAFTED" FLICKER along Redwood Creek on February 12.

      In Eureka at Louise Bacon-Ogden's residence the female ORCHARD ORIOLE
      continued on February 11 .

      At Azalea (?) Hill Gary Lester had a BALD EAGLE fly over on February 8.

      On Jackson Ranch Road, Arcata Bottoms, Brian Accord had a 35 TUNDRA SWANS on February 8.

      By the mouth of Jacoby Creek Brian Accord had a ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK on
      February 7.

      At the Arcata Marsh by the entrance sign on I Street Rob Fowler and Jen
      Curtis had a YELLOW WARBLER in the Stika Spruce on February 8. 3 COMMON
      YELLOWTHROATS were also at the marsh.

      On Mad River Road in the Arcata Bottoms, where the road first meets the Mad River Paul Springer had
      a PALM WARBLER on February 8.

      From the train tracks between the Simpson mill and Eureka, Jim Tietz had a
      CLARK'S GREBE, CASPIAN TERN and 3 EURASIAN WIGEON on February 8.

      On Monument Road Pablo Herrera and the RRAS field trip had 2 FERRUGINOUS
      HAWKS going towards Bear River Ridge at the first large meadow on February
      7. On the ridge itself were HORNED LARKS, 2 GOLDEN EAGLES, 20+ WILSON'S
      SNIPE, WESTERN BLUEBIRDS, ROUGH-LEGGED HAWK and a NORTHERN PYGMY-OWL on the
      descent into Ferndale.

      At the Arcata Oxidation Ponds on February 6 Jim Tietz and Rebecca Greene had
      an OSPREY, 3 BARN SWALLOWS and a "EURASIAN" GREEN-WINGED TEAL on the
      mudflats south of the ponds.

      In Willow Creek Abe Walston had a TOWNSEND'S SOLITAIRE at the intersection
      of highways 96 and 299 at the kiosk and bigfoot statue.

      At the intersection of 9th and F in Arcata Jim Tietz had a THAYER'S GULL (by
      the baseball field) on February 4.

      Jim Tietz and the HSU Ornithology class had 2 HARLEQUIN DUCKS, 1 CASPIAN
      TERN and 2 RED-NECKED GREBES at King Salmon on February 5. At Humboldt Bay
      NWR they had 2 EURASIAN WIGEON, 2 BALD EAGLES, 2 CASPIAN TERNS, GREATER
      WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE, MERLIN and PEREGRINE FALCON.

      All the best

      Steve J. Tucker
      Field Operations
      Robert W. Hewitt
      Director, LBJ Enterprises www.birdjobs.com
      1707 E Street #5, Eureka, CA 95501

      (707) 442-0339, fax (707) 260-0632, cell (707) 845-3189
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      April 16-19, 2004 9th Annual, 232 species cumulative.

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