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HBSP on june 3
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- Subject: HBSP on june 3
- From: Jack Peachey <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sun, 03 Jun 2001 22:51:34 -0400
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This morning Paul Rogers and I birded at Huntington Beach S.P.Murrell's
Inlet, Georgetown County, SC. We only visited the jetty area. As expected
there were few shorebirds around. Pleasant day with temps in the low 80's
and a nice southerly breeze. 36 species. As a comment I would like to say
this was the worst spring shorebird migration at Huntington in my nine
years of birding there.
Great Blue Heron-1
Black-necked Stilt-1 on the island in Mullet Pond
Dunlin-1 in secondary pond behind jetty pond. In bright breeding plumage.
dark legged "peep"-2
Caspian Tern-1 Amazing how this one downed a large fish whole.
medium sized orange billed terns-6 too distant to confirm id.
E. Kingbird-1 They are nesting again this year in a tree near the camp office.
Tufted Titmouse-1 heard only on way in
Carolina Wren-2 heard only
Painted Bunting-1 heard only from behind new nature center
Brown-headed Cowbird-1 male
Fair birding, good company