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RBA Victoria, February 28, 2006

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    - RBA * British Columbia * Greater Victoria and Southern Vancouver Is. * February 28, 2006 * BCVI060228 - Transcript - This is the Victoria Natural History
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      * British Columbia
      * Greater Victoria and Southern Vancouver Is.
      * February 28, 2006
      * BCVI060228
      - Transcript
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      This is the Victoria Natural History Society's Rare Bird Alert for
      Tuesday,
      February 28, 2006. 10:00 pm update. Compiled by Rick Schortinghuis
      and transcribed by Cheryl Mackie.


      Feature Birds
      ---------------------------
      A continuing Rare Bird Alert for a BRAMBLING west of Duncan


      Tuesday, February 28
      The BRAMBLING was seen again at 4801 Cowichan Lake Road, west of
      Duncan. To get there drive through Duncan, turn left onto Highway 18
      towards Cowichan Lake then make a left onto Tansor and then a right
      onto Cowichan Lake Road. The house number is 4801, which is about 5
      kilometres down Cowichan Lake Road. Today it was seen at 7:30 am and
      at 8:00 am.


      Monday, February 27
      The BRAMBLING was seen again around 10:00 am at 4801 Cowichan Lake
      Road, west of Duncan. 3 SKYLARKS were seen over Maber Flats in
      Brentwood Bay. Maber Flats lies between Wallace Drive and Keatings
      Cross Road.

      Sunday, February 26
      The BRAMBLING was seen again west of Duncan at 4801 Cowichan Lake
      Road.
      Locally, a banded adult PEREGRINE FALCON was seen on the grounds of
      the Oak Bay High School.

      Saturday, February 25
      A BRAMBLING was seen again west of Duncan at 4801 Cowichan Lake Road.

      Friday, February 24
      A BRAMBLING was seen again west of Duncan at 4801 Cowichan Lake
      Road.

      Tuesday, February 21
      A BRANT GOOSE was seen off Cattle Point.
      A YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER was seen at the end of Bowker Ave. in Oak
      Bay.


      Monday, February 20
      A BRAMBLING was seen again west of Duncan at 4801 Cowichan Lake
      Road.
      Locally, a TOWNSEND'S WARBLER was at a suet feeder at 905 Dunn Ave.
      near Swan Lake.


      End transcript
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