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Checklist S19592378

 
Location
SeeLife Paulagics 0600-0804, Worcester County, Maryland, US ( Map )
Date and Effort
Sat Aug 23, 2014 6:00 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
44
Duration:
2 hour(s), 4 minute(s)
Distance:
1.85 mile(s)
Observers:
Alan Kneidel List , Alex Lamoreaux List , Barry Marsh List , Bob Brown List , Brian Clauser List , Brian Quindlen List , David Brown List , David Weber List , Fred Shaffer List , Garrett MacDonald List , J.B. Churchill List , John Hubbell List , Leo Weigant List , Lisa Carol Wolf List , Martin Dellwo List , Michael Burchett List , Mike Defina List , Mikey Lutmerding , Nancy Magnusson List , Phil Davis List , Rose Swift List , Ryan Johnson List , Sam Roberts List , Taj Schottland List , Tom Feild List , Wayne Baumgartner List , deidre asbjorn List
Species
7 species (+2 other taxa) total
1
peep sp.
1

long-winged tern, dark above pale below, distant bird ID'd from photos

© David Weber

Average Quality
ML126535891

© Mikey Lutmerding

ML126535901

© Mikey Lutmerding

ML126535911

© Mikey Lutmerding

1

© David Brown

Average Quality
ML126535921

© Mikey Lutmerding

2
Common/Arctic Tern

Looked dainty billed, long winged and slim, initially thought to be ARTE, though conditions did not permit definitive ID, and photos were too poor to elucidate

13

© David Brown

Average Quality
8

Expected in deep waters, Long winged storm petrels with erratic night-hawk like flight, forked tail, bright carpal bar

16

Expected in deep water, Long-winged storm petrels, short glides with bowed wings, legs did not reach beyond the tail

11

Expected offshore, large shearwaters, brownish above, pale below with dark primaries and secondaries

© David Brown

Average Quality

© David Brown

Average Quality

© David Brown

Average Quality
8

Expected in deep waters, small black and white shearwaters, dark undertail coverts

 

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

Yes