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  • Douglas Aguillard
    I want to thank Pierre and a small group of others, for consistently reporting his findings to SoWestOdes. While there are over 60 members to this group, I
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 16, 2008
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      I want to thank Pierre and a small group of others, for consistently
      reporting his findings to SoWestOdes. While there are over 60 members to
      this group, I realize many like me live outside of the region, but still
      many of you do live within, and just don't report. It's okay to report your
      sightings here and still publish all of the new US/State records to the DSA.

      Please start reporting your findings folks. This may lead/encourage others
      to get out into the field and report their sightings.

      Douglas Aguillard
      San Diego, CA
      doug@...
      Black Water Nature Photography
      http://sdbirds.basiclink.com

      "Come to the Darkside--we have cookies!"



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      From: <SoWestOdes@yahoogroups.com>
      To: <SoWestOdes@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Monday, June 16, 2008 6:09 AM
      Subject: [SoWestOdes] Digest Number 445


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      1. Phoenix, AZ, area ; 06/14-15
      From: pierredeviche


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      1. Phoenix, AZ, area ; 06/14-15
      Posted by: "pierredeviche" deviche@... pierredeviche
      Date: Sun Jun 15, 2008 5:44 pm ((PDT))

      06/14/08, 1:30-4 PM:
      Cave Creek, Spur Cross Ranch Conservation Area
      Cave Creek, Maricopa Co., AZ
      Sunny, clear, light breeze, 105 F

      Flame Skimmer: ~5 M
      Variegated Meadowhawk: 1
      Filigree Skimmer: 2
      Familiar Bluet: 1 M
      Arroyo Bluet: ~40
      Aztec Dancer: 2 M
      Aztec/California Dancer: ~10
      Springwater Dancer: 1
      Powdered Dancer: 1 F
      Mexican Forktail: Widespread
      Great Spreadwing: 2


      06/15/08, 11:30 AM-3 PM:
      Phon Sutton and Coon Bluff Rec. areas
      Lower Salt River, Maricopa Co., AZ
      Sunny, clear, light breeze, 109 F

      Flame Skimmer: ~5
      Mexican Amberwing: 1 M
      Black Saddlebags: 1 M
      Widow Skimmer: 3 M
      Comanche Skimmer: 1 M, 1 F (ovipositing)
      Blue Dasher: ~30
      Western Pondhawk: 1 F
      Familiar Bluet: ~5
      Arroyo Bluet: Widespread
      Powdered Dancer: 50-100
      Blue-ringed Dancer: ~15
      Desert Firetail: ~30; most in tandem/wheel
      Citrine Forktail: 3 M
      Mexican Forktail: 2+
      Pacific Forktail: Widespread
      American Rubyspot: 3

      Cheers,

      Pierre Deviche, Phoenix, AZ.




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