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HBSP on 10-10

Hi Carolinabirders,
	Today, Gary Phillips and myself covered the carriage path, and North Beach
area almost to the jetty.  Like Mike Bernard's earlier post the area where
the Eider was seen was covered with fishing boats and personal watercraft.
We met another group of birders from the Charlotte area and they did not
see the Eider but did get a REDDISH EGRET.
We had 56 species as follows:
Pied-billed Grebe-2
Brown Pelican-12
Double-crested Cormorant-5
Great Blue Heron-3
Great Egret-5
Snowy Egret-2
Tricolored Heron-3
Wood Stork-1
Peregrine Falcon-1
Black-bellied Plover-8
Wilson's Plover-1
Semipalmated Plover-8
Piping Plover-11-good number
Marbled Godwit-1
Ruddy Turnstone-10
Red Knot-9
peep sp-6
Short-billed Dowitcher-6
Laughing Gull-2
Ring-billed Gull-2
Herring Gull-2
Great Black-backed Gull-2
Caspian Tern-4
Royal Tern-11
Common Tern-4
Forster's Tern-2
Black Skimmer-12
Morning Dove-3
Red-bellied Woodpecker-1
Downy Woodpecker-1
N. Flicker-1
Tree Swallow-200
Blue Jay-12
Fish Crow-2
Carolina Chickadee-6
Tufted Titmouse-6
Carolina Wren-8
House Wren-1
Gray Catbird-2
N. Mockingbird-5
Brown Thrasher-6
Loggerhead Shrike-2
White-eyed Vireo-1
Red-eyed Vireo-2
Prairie Warbler-1
N. Cardinal-10
Indigo Bunting-4
Savannah Sparrow-2
Saltmarsh sharp-tailed Sparrow-1
Red-winged Blackbird-25
Boat-tailed Grackle-15

	"Don't forget sometimes you have to look up"

Jack Peachey