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Re: [SoWestOdes] Wild Horse Pass, Phoenix, AZ, 01/19/08

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  • Kathy &/or Dave Biggs
    Hi Pierre and all, Yes, that is way early date for AZ; old date was 3/13/AZ. But it s even early for the whole SouthWest, old date was from NM - 2/21/rl
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 19, 2008
      Hi Pierre and all,

      Yes, that is way early date for AZ; old date was 3/13/AZ.
      But it's even early for the whole SouthWest, old date was from NM -
      2/21/rl (rl=Robert Larsen).

      Hope this means it's gonna be an early season! ;-)

      Cheers!!
      Kathy

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      pierredeviche wrote:

      >Hi All:
      >
      >I spent a couple of hours today (01/19; 1:30-3:15 PM; sunny, calm, 65
      >F) along the Wild Horse Pass stream just S. of Phoenix, AZ, where four
      >species were present:
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      >- FAMILIAR BLUET: 3;
      >- VARIEGATED MEADOWHAWK: ~10 (all but one males);
      >- AMETHYST DANCER: 1M (?AZ early flight date?);
      >- Presumed RAMBUR's FORKTAIL: 1 F.
      >
      >Photos posted at:
      >http://picasaweb.google.com/pdeviche/WildHorsePass011908?authkey=WP93udMU3wM
      >
      >Thanks for Dennis Paulson and Tim Manolis for commenting on the
      >Forktail pictures. This individual, rather similar to another female
      >photographed at the same site 01/11, is unusual in several respects.
      >According to Dennis "if it's not a hybrid, it's a very weird/aberrant
      >whatever it is". Comments welcome!
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      >Best wishes,
      >
      >Pierre Deviche, Phoenix, AZ.
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