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Henderson County Update
- To: "Birds" <email@example.com>
- Subject: Henderson County Update
- From: "Wayne Forsythe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:18:06 -0400
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I have been birding Hooper Lane regularly and have had the following
birds of interest:
LINCOLNS SPARROW-Now down to a trickle, but we have had more then I have
ever seen before. We probably had 15-20 birds over a 2 week period.
VESPER SPARROW-They are moving through, I had 3 yesterday, and 1 today.
White-crowned-They are here for the winter in nice numbers.
Savannah-The most abundant sparrow on Hooper Lane, they are everywhere!
Northern Harrier-Being seen regularly.
American Pipit-Good numbers but widely scattered over several hundred
acres of tilled fields.
Palm Warblers-We had many, most are gone but a few still remain.
Tennessee Warblers-Still seeing a few.
Bobolinks-I have been seeing 1 or 2 daily, in winter plummage.