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FW: Highlights of New River CBC
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As less than half of the reports from the New River CBC count teams have
been received as of this date, I consider it premature to send out
"highlights" as yet. Due to the rural nature of this area, most of our teams
do not attend a countdown, sending in their reports by mail or email later.
As founder of this CBC and Compiler, I will send to carolinabirds and Blue
Ridge Birders a summary of the results of this year's New River CBC WHEN I
have complete results.
New River Christmas Bird Count
From: Harrold Eric S <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 24 Dec 2001 22:17:23 -0500
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Subject: Highlights of New River CBC
A little late here, but just got reconnected to the web minutes ago. Allen
Boynton and I had a Golden Eagle and a Green-winged Teal on the New River
CBC in Alleghany County. The Golden Eagle was seen just off Hwy 221 between
Scottville and Sparta. The bird appeared to have just molted into adult
plumage this season. Another interesting note was a solid white Wild Turkey.
I've seen silvery white ones, but never a spotlessly white one before. Jim
Keighton found Purple Finches and maybe Harrol or James might find it
appropriate to chime in with anything else on the "uncommon" side of the
list. A great day was had by all who participated.