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HumCo: Juvenile Semipalmated Sandpiper at Arcata Marsh 7/18

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Greetings,   This morning around 9:30 I had a single juvenile Semipalmated sandpiperin with ~500, nearly all adult, Western and Least sandpipers in the south
Keith Slauson
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Jul 18

BCNH

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On Sunday morning I birded the Arcata Marsh looking for SemiSands with no luck. Shortly after arriving I bumped into ALLA and we searched together fruitlessly
Chris Heys
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Jul 17

On The Del Norte Co. WOOD STORK:

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Per today's report of a Wood Stork, immediately after learning about it I spent 1pm - 8pm searching the area and was joined by Steve Stump later in the day,
Alan Barron
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Jul 16

WOOD STORK at Tolowa Dunes in Del Norte County

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How could all (five) of us Del Norte birders have missed this for four weeks?? Ken Burton Crescent City On Sun, Jul 16, 2017 at 2:09 PM,
basquebirdman
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Jul 16

inland Varied Thrushes

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I should add to my previous report that western hemlock is also abundant in the area and at one site there was a flock of ~20 type-3 (Western Hemlock) Red
Ken Burton
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Jul 14

can somebody print this out and deliver to Ken Irwin?

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Ken Douglas Squirrels are indeed diurnal! Reposted the article is on Facebook! Sent from my iPhone On Jul 14, 2017, at 1:12 PM, Ken Burton
Elias Elias
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Jul 14

Semipalmated Sandpiper, Arcata Marsh tonight

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This evening I had great close-up looks at 1-3 adult SEMIPALMATED SANDPIPERS in a flock of ~2000 peeps foraging along the bay shore during the receding tide at
Lizzie
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Jul 13

Juv Heermann's Gull in Eureka and other notes, yesterday

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Yesterday I set my scope on a whole lotta water and came up with a number of interesting birds, including: 1 RED-NECKED GREBE, my 2nd one this week, on the
Lizzie
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Jul 13

BANK SWALLOW

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A single BANK SWALLOW flying from the bay up the Eureka Slough (behind Target and the trailer park on the other side of the 101 bridge) just now. I've birded
Chris Heys
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Jul 11

More seasonal weirdness, Humboldt Co. today

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Hey everyone,  In my wanderings this afternoon I came up with 2 additional species not expected in July: 1 DUNLIN, molting out of alternate,with ~3000 peeps
Lizzie
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Jul 10

Report of Bar-tailed Godwit at Arcata Marsh today

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Just relaying this eBird report of a possible Bar-tailed Godwit at Arcata Marsh around 1230 today, FWIW: http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38058872 Lizzie
Lizzie
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Jul 9

Dark eyed Junco

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I just had a dark eyed junco show up very interested in the VG swallows fledging from the box on my house then proceed to sing from a Birch tree in the yard.
michael morris
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Jul 9

Harlequin Duck and other seasonal oddities, south Humboldt Bay

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This afternoon while birding the south bay I had a number of uncommon birds for this time of year, including: 1 COMMON TERN, basic plumage, Elk River mouth
Lizzie
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Jul 8

Nighthawk sp.

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Well... more experienced birders (can I good-naturedly refer to them 4th cycle birders?) have informed me that noon is not a particularly odd time of day for
Chris Heys
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Jul 8

Juv California Gull, Eureka waterfront

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There's a juvenile CALIFORNIA GULL at Marina Way on the Eureka waterfront, my first of the year. Lizzie
Lizzie
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Jul 6
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