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Congratulations to Karen Miller for seeing an amazing 300th bird for year 2017 this morning – Ralph Eldridge’s Harris’s Sparrow in St. George. Karen has set a new record for birds seen in a single year and has shattered her last year total of 282.…Continue
For the past few days Ralph Eldridge has been getting very brief glimpses of an unfamiliar sparrow near his St. George feeders that made him suspicious the bird might have been a first-fall HARRIS’S SPARROW. The sparrow was very flighty and easily…Continue
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24 May 1991
charchol gray with red across the end of tail feathers. Neck seemed longer than usual.size of a Bluebird, larger than a Chicadee,size of a Snow Bunting.
nrver been able to see anything close in any bird book,…Continue
Perhaps this isn't as unusual as I first thought, judging by past posts on this site, but still - if anyone's interested, there was a red-bellied woodpecker in my front yard yesterday (between Oak Point and Evandale).
The small flock of sandhill cranes is still feeding in the same field in Rexton almost every morning. There were 7, now 5. It is on route 495, just outside of town on the right in the farm field, left of the driveway, usually with a big flock of…Continue