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Checklist S12085405

 
Location
Holiday Beach Conservation Area, Essex County, Ontario, CA ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Mon Oct 29, 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
2 species total
1

1, no published plumage details, present 29 October 1984; found by: Michael A. Kielb; documentation provided by: Michael A. Kielb. Published comments: A phenomenal influx of juvenile Wood Storks found their way in late summer 2001 to several areas of the midwest and northeast United States and Canada. Of significance were the 16 birds found in upstate New York at Clyde (Sherony 2001), but the three birds at Pelee Island represent the first occasion of multiple individuals in Ontario. For more information on the status of this species in Ontario, and a complete account of the birds at Pelee Island in 2001, see Wormington (2001). See also James et al. (1976) and Godfrey (1986). Note that the 1971 record was near Madawaska, not in Algonquin Provincial Park as indicated by James et al 1976, Godfrey 1986, and James 1991. The Committee has now reviewed all documentation available for known records of this species in Ontario, which had been included in the original OBRC checklist for Ontario (Wormington and James 1984). 8th (OBRC accepted) Ontario record for this species. 8th OBRC accepted record for southern Ontario for this species. Record accepted by OBRC (record number 165?). Record published in 2001 OBRC annual report. Published location: Holiday Beach Conservation Area, Essex County*******************uploaded October 6, 2012 by Mike Burrell

1

1, Basic, light morph, present 29 October 1984; found by: Michael A. Kielb; Alfred J. Maley; documentation provided by: Michael A. Kielb. Published comments: none. 15th (OBRC accepted) Ontario record for this species. 12th OBRC accepted record for southern Ontario for this species. Record accepted by OBRC (record number 421?). Record published in 2003 OBRC annual report. Published location: Holiday Beach Conservation Area, Essex County*******************uploaded October 6, 2012 by Mike Burrell

 

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