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American Avocets at Zehner Slough

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  • Bob
    Two American Avocets were at this remnant wetland north of Condie Reservoir. A message from Nolan Matthies today confirmed that 15 American Avocets arrived at
    Message 1 of 3 , Apr 16, 2004
      Two American Avocets were at this remnant wetland north of Condie Reservoir.

      A message from Nolan Matthies today confirmed that 15 American Avocets
      arrived at Chaplin Lake, yesterday.

      Greater Yellowlegs were also recently reported from Rafferty Dam area.

      The Glaucous Gull remains at Pelican Point, Last Mountain Lake.

      Good Birding
      Bob L
    • Jared Clarke
      Greetings all! Sorry about the long wait for the updated list, unfortunately our computer was hit with some casino virus and it s been in the shop since last
      Message 2 of 3 , Apr 16, 2004
        Greetings all!

        Sorry about the long wait for the updated list, unfortunately our computer was hit with some casino virus and it's been in the shop since last friday! Don't worry it's clean now though.
        To the birds, during this last week there have been quite a few additions to the list! We are sitting at 135, with new additions being; Ross's Goose, Great Blue Heron, American White Pelican, Double-crested Cormorant, Turkey Vulture, Long-billed Curlew, American Coot, Ruddy Duck, Blue-winged Teal, Swainson's Hawk, Western Grebe, Red-necked Grebe, Horned Grebe, Glaucous Gull, Hooded Merganser, Belted Kingfisher, Ruby-crowned Kinglet, Easten Phoebe, McCown's and Chestnut-collared Longspurs, Mourning Dove, Yellow-headed Blackbird and just now American Avocets.
        Again please notify me if there if I have missed anyone's sitings or made any mistakes.

        Saskatchewan 2004 Year List


        1. Greater White-fronted Goose

        2. Snow Goose

        3. Ross�s Goose

        4. Canada Goose

        5. Tundra Swan

        6. Gadwall

        7. American Wigeon

        8. Mallard

        9. Blue-winged Teal

        10. Northern Shoveler

        11. Northern Pintail

        12. Green-winged Teal

        13. Canvasback

        14. Redhead

        15. Ring-necked Duck

        16. Greater Scaup

        17. Lesser Scaup

        18. Bufflehead

        19. Common Goldeneye

        20. Hooded Merganser

        21. Common Merganser

        22. Red-breasted Merganser

        23. Ruddy Duck

        24. Gray Partridge

        25. Ring-necked Pheasant

        26. Ruffed Grouse

        27. Greater Sage-Grouse

        28. Spruce Grouse

        29. Willow Ptarmigan

        30. Sharp-tailed Grouse

        31. Greater Prairie Chicken

        32. Wild Turkey

        33. Horned Grebe

        34. Red-necked Grebe

        35. Western Grebe

        36. American White Pelican

        37. Double-crested Cormorant

        38. Great Blue Heron

        39. Turkey Vulture

        40. Bald Eagle

        41. Northern Harrier

        42. Sharp-shinned Hawk

        43. Cooper�s Hawk

        44. Northern Goshawk

        45. Swainson�s Hawk

        46. Red-tailed Hawk

        47. Ferruginous Hawk

        48. Rough-legged Hawk

        49. Golden Eagle

        50. American Kestrel

        51. Merlin

        52. Gyrfalcon

        53. Prairie Falcon

        54. American Coot

        55. Sandhill Crane

        56. Killdeer

        57. American Avocet

        58. Greater Yellowlegs

        59. Spotted Sandpiper

        60. Long-billed Curlew

        61. Wilson�s Snipe

        62. Franklin�s Gull

        63. Ring-billed Gull

        64. California Gull

        65. Herring Gull

        66. Thayer�s Gull

        67. Glaucous Gull

        68. Rock Pigeon

        69. Mourning Dove

        70. Eurasian Collared Dove

        71. Great Horned Owl

        72. Snowy Owl

        73. Northern Hawk Owl

        74. Barred Owl

        75. Great Gray Owl

        76. Short-eared Owl

        77. Northern Saw-whet Owl

        78. Belted Kingfisher

        79. Downy Woodpecker

        80. Hairy Woodpecker

        81. American Three-toed Woodpecker

        82. Black-backed Woodpecker

        83. Northern Flicker

        84. Pileated Woodpecker

        85. Eastern Phoebe

        86. Northern Shrike

        87. Gray Jay

        88. Blue Jay

        89. Black-billed Magpie

        90. American Crow

        91. Common Raven

        92. Horned Lark

        93. Black-capped Chickadee

        94. Boreal Chickadee

        95. Red-breasted Nuthatch

        96. White-breasted Nuthatch

        97. Brown Creeper

        98. Ruby-crowned Kinglet

        99. Eastern Bluebird

        100. Mountain Bluebird

        101. Townsend�s Solitaire

        102. American Robin

        103. Varied Thrush

        104. Northern Mockingbird

        105. European Starling

        106. Bohemian Waxwing

        107. Cedar Waxwing

        108. American Tree Sparrow

        109. Song Sparrow

        110. White-throated Sparrow

        111. Harris�s Sparrow

        112. White-crowned Sparrow

        113. Dark-eyed Junco

        114. McCown�s Longspur

        115. Lapland Longspur

        116. Chestnut-collared Longspur

        117. Snow Bunting

        118. Northern Cardinal

        119. Red-winged Blackbird

        120. Western Meadowlark

        121. Yellow-headed Blackbird

        122. Rusty Blackbird

        123. Brewer�s Blackbird

        124. Common Grackle

        125. Pine Grosbeak

        126. Purple Finch

        127. House Finch

        128. Red Crossbill

        129. White-winged Crossbill

        130. Common Redpoll

        131. Hoary Redpoll

        132. Pine Siskin

        133. American Goldfinch

        134. Evening Grosbeak
        135. House Sparrow




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      • Bailey and Bjorklund
        ... looked for Grassdales on a Sask map and couldn t find it.... The Tufted Titmouse was seen by Johnnie Whitell and one of his client s from Virginia here in
        Message 3 of 3 , Oct 2 7:03 PM
          > Martin, I was unclear about the Tufted Titmouse, was it seen in Sask? I
          looked for Grassdales on a Sask map and couldn't find it....

          The Tufted Titmouse was seen by Johnnie Whitell and one of his client's from
          Virginia here in SK.
          Yes, Grassdale is no longer on the map. It is a ghost town southwest of
          Weyburn.

          Martin.
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