Fwd: [FLBIRDS] Curlew Sandpiper,Springhill Rd Sewage Plant, Tallahassee, Pranty (new edition) p68
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>Date: Wed, 1 Feb 2006 09:20:40 -0500--
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>From: "Cavanagh, Jim" <jim.cavanagh@...>
>Subject: [FLBIRDS] Curlew Sandpiper,Springhill Rd Sewage Plant,
>Tallahassee, Pranty (new edition) p68
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>On 1-27, a group of the Georgia Onithological Society led by Ed Woodruff
>(Tallahassee) found an odd "Dunlin" with a white supercilium. Rump was
>unseen but Ed considered Curlew Sandpiper. Plant was closed over
>weekend. I saw the bird Monday and it has a white rump. All birders
>here agree it is a Curlew Sandpiper.
>Location at the plant is in the very large pond east of the other ponds
>and it often flocks with Dowitchers. Fairly easy to find. No Dunlin
>present so far. Plant is open 7AM-5PM M-F and closed Saturday and
>Sunday. There are 2 adjacent buildings at intersection of CR-263
>(Capital Circle Southwest) and Springhill Rd (SE corner) a mile east of
>airport. Park in front of second building, climb stairs and ring
>doorbell and sign in. Exit through back door.
>Sorry about the delay. Bird was seen by many on 1-31 at the big pond.
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