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Checklist S48089055

 
Location
Eagle Bluffs CA, Boone County, Missouri, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sun Aug 26, 2018 8:11 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
13
Duration:
3 hour(s), 28 minute(s)
Distance:
7.05 mile(s)
Observers:
Bill Mees List , Brad Jacobs , Donna Brunet List , Edge Wade List , Jean Neely List , Jim Gast List , John Besser List , Sandra Elbert List
Comments:
95 minutes stationary at Pool 14. 80 minutes walking to and from mud flat at Pool 14 and hiking trail to MO River near pool 12
Submitted from eBird Android, version 1.9.1
Species
38 species (+4 other taxa) total
2
52
1
12
1
1
4
4
11
1

This is the same juvenile Red-necked Phalarope first observed on 24 Aug,

Friday morning by Brad Jacobs, then observed by Kendell Loyd, Steve and Debbie Martin, Pete Monacell, Kathleen Anderson, Sandy Elbert, Jim Gast, Donna Brunet, Shelby Thomas, John Besser, Greg Leonard, Edge Wade and others.. This is the third day that it has been present in the small stretch of mudflats and water near the blind in Pool 14. Park in the spur parking lot on the west side of Pool 14 and walk about 10 minutes down the mowed dirt road toward the viewing blind. There are paths through the tall vegetation at the last 100 yards made by birders and you may have to follow them all to find the bird somewhere in the 200 yards of water and mudflats.

ML112376391

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

Age:
Juvenile
Sex:
Sex Unknown
ML112376451

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

ML112376521

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

ML112376551

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

ML112376601

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

ML112376631

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope

ML112376691

© Brad Jacobs

Red-necked Phalarope with lesser yellowlegs and killdeer

Age:
Juvenile
Sex:
Sex Unknown
1
2
9
6
44
10
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
flycatcher sp. (Tyrannidae sp.)
2
2

Edge reported a fish crow chasing a Red-tailed Hawk.

36
crow sp.

19 of these crows probably fish crows because they were in same tree as 1 fish crow heard.

2
4
4
60
swallow sp.
1
1
3
2
2
50
400
blackbird sp.
1
1
2
1
Additional species seen by John Besser:
2
Bell's Vireo
Additional species seen by Edge Wade:
3
Wood Duck
2
Bell's Vireo (Eastern)
13
Northern Rough-winged Swallow
Additional species seen by Sandra Elbert:
3
Wood Duck
2
Bell's Vireo
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes