Owner Mark Holmgren

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  • 0.41 mi
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Observations

  1. Number observed: 4
  2. Number observed: 27
  3. Number observed: 12
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 33
  6. Number observed: 2
  7. Number observed: 5
  8. Number observed: 5
  9. Number observed: 7

    Comments: This single and this pair show orange bills and dark face nearly surrounding the eye. Seem intermediate. The pair displayed together.

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  10. Number observed: 1
  11. Number observed: 1
  12. Number observed: 3
  13. Number observed: 1
  14. Number observed: 2
  15. Number observed: 31
  16. Number observed: 1
  17. Calidris sp.

    Number observed: 1

    Comments: This could be a Semipalmated Sandpiper or a Western. If Semi, it would be a longer-billed female. Bird has advanced to winter plumage visible on its back. Do Westerns advance to winter plumage sooner than Semipalmateds?

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  18. Number observed: 2

    Comments: Among a flock of 6 flying over I heard calls from at least 2 Short-billeds. Probably the entire flock was Short-billed.

  19. Short-billed/Long-billed Dowitcher

    Number observed: 4
  20. Number observed: 26
  21. Number observed: 5
  22. Number observed: 10
  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 1
  25. Number observed: 5
  26. Number observed: 79
  27. Number observed: 4
  28. Number observed: 1

    Comments: This bird was in a flock of 10 terns flying around the estuary east of the railroad tracks. Relative to the Forster’s Tern, this bird showed dark carpal bars, smaller body and bill in flight.

  29. Number observed: 4
  30. tern sp.

    Number observed: 5

    Comments: Either Forster’s or Common

  31. Number observed: 18
  32. Number observed: 1
  33. Number observed: 2
  34. Number observed: 1
  35. Number observed: 2
  36. Number observed: 1
  37. Number observed: 10
  38. Number observed: 1
  39. Number observed: 1
  40. Number observed: 1
  41. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Imm. chasing only the White-faced Ibises.

  42. Number observed: 3
  43. Number observed: 1
  44. Number observed: 1
  45. Number observed: 18
  46. Number observed: 1
  47. Number observed: 6
  48. Number observed: 2
  49. Number observed: 6
  50. Number observed: 1
  51. Number observed: 1

    Comments: At 3:50pm. On bushes on E side of RR tracks about 40 meters south of the bathrooms. The bird responded to my pishes. Call was a sweet chip note. Bird flew into Salicornia.

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