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Re: [OrangeCountyBirding] White Pelicans at San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary

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  • Dan Lockshaw
    Hi Bob, I was at San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary today at sunset and counted 95 White Pelicans (several smaller groups, the largest with a count of 42) fly in
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      Hi Bob,
      I was at San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary today at sunset and counted 95
      White Pelicans (several smaller groups, the largest with a count of 42)
      fly in from the west and scatter through multiple ponds.

      Dan Lockshaw


      "Allen, Bob" wrote:
      >
      > Greetings.
      >
      > Trude Hurd, Director of the Audubon House at San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary
      > in Irvine, reports that last week she saw 67 White Pelicans in Pond #5 at
      > San Joaquin Wildlife Sanctuary. The pond number map is available at the
      > Audubon House.
      >
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