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- Subject: Sat. HBSP
- From: John E Snavely <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 14 Nov 1999 22:53:46 -0500
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Along with a dozen others we joined Steve Roth, Naturalist (and very
capable) for the Audubon tour Saturday morning. Over half of the group
was from Cleveland, O., and a couple of experienced birders from Mayland.
Lois and I could not go to the Jetty but our list is as follows:
Sharpshinned hawk (seen from car driving down Surfside on hwy 17)
Bald Eagle (2)
Palm Warbler 2
Yellow rumped Warbler 6+
Little Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron (a number)
Tri-colored Heron (many)
Snowy Egret 8-10
Great Egret 6-8
Forrester's Tern 6
Black Duck 5 (flyby)
D-Crested Cormorant 5
Pied-billed Grebe 3
Tree Swallows 20+
Whie Ibis 6
Yellow Leggs, greater 4
Ring-billed Gull, juv.
Blackbellied Plover 4 (winter plumage)
Golden-crowned kinglet 2
Some ducks we forgot to record
And of course Mockingbirds
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