Checklist S17388365

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Owner Tim Carney

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Area: 1715.0 ac
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Observations

  1. Number observed: 84

    Comments: Many other high-flying skeins throughout the day, which I did not count since they were not technically utilizing the island.

  2. Number observed: 29
  3. Number observed: 12
  4. Number observed: 20
  5. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Flagged as rare. First eBird record for site. Drake in Cell 2C.

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  6. Number observed: 348

    Comments: Flagged as high count.

  7. Number observed: 51
  8. Mallard (Domestic type)

    Number observed: 1
  9. Number observed: 50
  10. Number observed: 2000

    Comments: Flagged as high count. Exact clicker-count.

  11. Number observed: 35
  12. Number observed: 9

    Comments: Flagged as high count.

  13. Number observed: 117
  14. Number observed: 1
  15. Greater/Lesser Scaup

    Number observed: 457
  16. Number observed: 20
  17. Number observed: 5
  18. Number observed: 3
  19. Number observed: 89
  20. Number observed: 25
  21. Number observed: 8
  22. Number observed: 2
  23. Number observed: 50
  24. Number observed: 4
  25. Number observed: 27

    Comments: Flagged as high count.

  26. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Flagged as rare. Irruption year. One offshore, very close to perimeter dike.

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  27. Number observed: 27
  28. Number observed: 2

    Comments: Flagged as early. Both in Cell 4C.

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  29. Number observed: 44

    Comments: Flagged as high count.

  30. Number observed: 528

    Comments: But no RBGU! However I did see a large flock of RBGU on the mainland in a muddy farmfield.

  31. Number observed: 1
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  32. Number observed: 8
  33. Number observed: 2
  34. Number observed: 4
  35. Number observed: 8

    Comments: Flagged as high count.

  36. Accipiter sp.

    Number observed: 1
  37. Number observed: 2
  38. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Flagged as rare. Continuing bird. First observed on 2/20/2014. Today I got distant but identifiable scope views of it as it hovered high above Cell 2A. There were 3 NOHA swooping below it, and the RLHA was much higher and hovered for extended periods of time before swooping. In the scope I was able to see the bold black-and-white patterning on the underwings. I didn't photograph it in flight and attempted to drive around the cell to get a closer photo; by the time I arrived, it vanished. I later photographed this bird perched in the cell, which I presume is the RLHA:

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  39. Number observed: 2

    Comments: I saw one each in Cell 1B (harassing a NOHA) and in Cell 2A. U.S. Fish & Wildlife were conducting a muskrat survey and stated they flushed "at least 5 or 6" in Cell 1A as well as 2 BCNH.

  40. Number observed: 1
  41. Number observed: 1
  42. crow sp.

    Number observed: 6
  43. Number observed: 1
  44. Number observed: 1
  45. Number observed: 9
  46. Number observed: 2
  47. Number observed: 118
  48. Number observed: 1
  49. blackbird sp.

    Number observed: 60
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