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yellow-billed cuckoo

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  • Metallego@aol.com
    On July 5, while conducting the monthly bird census at San Jaoquin Wildlife Sanctuary, Larry Tripp found a yellow-billed cuckoo in the riparian area. At least
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      On July 5, while conducting the monthly bird census at San Jaoquin Wildlife
      Sanctuary, Larry Tripp found a yellow-billed cuckoo in the riparian area. At
      least ten other people, including myself, saw the bird. It was fairly
      cooperative and we had excellent scope views. It occasionally dropped out of
      sight into lower vegetation only to be re-found a few minutes later. To try
      and re-find the bird, walk from Audubon House toward the riparian area. Once
      you reach the end of the footbridge, turn right, then left (north) toward
      Michelson. Stop about 20 feet after you reach the port-a-potty. Look left
      in the willows. In particular, look in a large willow behind a small
      cottonwood about 100 feet west of the trail. There may also be directions at
      Audubon House. Good luck and good birding.

      Tom Benson
      Metallego@...


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