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  • Forrest Luke
    Greetings, Did some cold weather birding around Craig this morning and there was still a little steam left in migration. At Loudy-Simpson Park were five
    Message 1 of 5 , Oct 10, 2009
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      Greetings,

       

      Did some cold weather birding around Craig this morning and there was still a little steam left in migration. At Loudy-Simpson Park were five warblers species: Yellow-rumped (80), Orange-crowned (30), Townsend’s (3), Wilson’s (2) and a latish Common Yellowthroat (1). Other species included RC Kinglet (50), Hermit Thrush (2), Brown Creeper (2), White-crowned Sparrow (5) and a few resident species.

       

      At the County Maintenance Shop Pond were 12 LB Dowitchers, two Greater Yellowlegs, some pelicans and cormorants and common ducks.

       

      Forrest Luke

       

       

       

       


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    • Forrest Luke
      Had three (1 adult, 2 juveniles) late lingering Bonaparte s Gulls at Loudy-Simpson Park last evening, as well as a Willet at WFMC Ponds south of Craig.
      Message 2 of 5 , May 12
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        Had three (1 adult, 2 juveniles) late lingering Bonaparte’s Gulls at Loudy-Simpson Park last evening, as well as a Willet at WFMC Ponds south of Craig. Otherwise, not much new for passerine migration.

         

        Forrest Luke

        Craig

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