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Checklist S12085381

 
Location
Point Pelee National Park (general location for observations within the park), Essex County, Ontario, CA ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Mon May 14, 1984 11:59 PM 🌙 Nocturnal
Protocol:
Incidental
Party Size:
N/A
Observers:
Published Ontario Bird Records Data
Comments:
OBRC database formatted and uploaded October 6, 2012 by Mike Burrell
Species
1 species (+1 other taxa) total
1
Glossy/White-faced Ibis

1, adult, present 14 May 1984; found by: William A. Martin; documentation provided by: William A. Martin. Published comments: Recentlythe OBRC has decided that records of Plegadis ibis must clearly differentiate between the two species. Glossy Ibis is the expected species inOntario, But White-faced Ibis has occurred in New York, Ohio, Michigan and Minnesoa and is therefore a potential (probably overdue) addition to Ontario's avifouna. The future appearance of a Plegadis ibis in Ontario west of Lake Superior would almost certainly pertain to White-faced.. 4th (OBRC accepted) Ontario record for this species. 4th OBRC accepted record for southern Ontario for this species. Record accepted by OBRC (record number 360?). Record published in 1984 OBRC annual report. Published location: Point Pelee National Park, Essex County*******************uploaded October 6, 2012 by Mike Burrell

1

1, light morph first summer, present 14 May 1984; found by: Bret Whitney; documentation provided by: Bret Whitney. Published comments: none. 13th (OBRC accepted) Ontario record for this species. 10th OBRC accepted record for southern Ontario for this species. Record accepted by OBRC (record number 380?). Record published in 1984 OBRC annual report. Published location: Point Pelee National Park, Essex County*******************uploaded October 6, 2012 by Mike Burrell

 

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