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Date:   Mon, 24 Apr 2000 14:04:28 -0400
Reply-To:   Brad_Bergstrom <bergstrm@VALDOSTA.EDU>
Sender:   Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   Brad_Bergstrom <bergstrm@VALDOSTA.EDU>
Subject:   Valdosta area triplist
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Our local club, the Withlacoochee Watchers, saw 88 species on our Saturday (4/23) fieldtrip within 25 miles of home, to the SW of Valdosta. Highlights include adult male SCARLET TANAGER and ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK, 2 NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH, a singing BACHMAN'S SPARROW, a lone REDHEAD, 2 SOLITARY SANDPIPERs, 2 near-fledgling GREAT-HORNED OWLs, a COMMON LOON on Grassy Pond, a pair of first-of-season MISSISSIPPI KITEs and a late EASTERN PHOEBE. --------------------------------------------------------------------------

Birds seen 4-23-2000 mostly in S. Lowndes Co., GA by Withlacoochee Watchers: A.Bennett, B.Bergstrom, B. Derrick, L.Hahlen, M.McRee, B.Passmore (part).

Localitiies: W= Withlacoochee Riv. above Nankin bridge; C= Old Clyattville Rd. or Clyattville-Nankin Rd.; H= Cherry Lake, Madison Co., FL; J= Jumping Gully Rd.; G= Grassy Pond; V= Valdosta (otherwise widespread).

Common Loon -G Pied-billed Grebe -G Double-crested Cormorant -H Great Blue Heron Cattle Egret Great Egret Little Blue Heron -W,G Tricolored Heron -G Green Heron White Ibis Wood Stork -G Canada Goose -C,G Redhead -H Black Vulture Turkey Vulture Osprey -C,G Mississippi Kite -2 at J Red-shouldered Hawk -W,H Red-tailed Hawk -V Purple Gallinule -1 at G Common Moorhen American Coot -G Killdeer -C Lesser Yellowlegs -C Least Sandpiper -C Solitary Sandpiper -C,J Spotted Sandpiper -C Rock Dove Mourning Dove Eurasian Collared Dove Yellow-billed Cuckoo -W,G Great Horned Owl -2 young at C Chuck-will's Widow (MacMillan Rd.) Chimney Swift Ruby-throated Hummingbird Downy Woodpecker Pileated Woodpecker Red-bellied Woodpecker Red-headed Woodpecker Great Crested Flycatcher Acadian Flycatcher Eastern Phoebe (late) -C Eastern Kingbird Purple Martin Barn Swallow Northern Rough-winged Swallow -H Tree Swallow -C Blue Jay American Crow Fish Crow Carolina Chickadee Tufted Titmouse Carolina Wren Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Eastern Bluebird Gray Catbird -V Northern Mockingbird Brown Thrasher -C Cedar Waxwing -V Loggerhead Shrike European Starling Red-eyed Vireo (White-eyed Vireo) Yellow-throated Vireo Black-and-white Warbler -W Northern Parula Pine Warbler Palm Warbler -W Prothonotary Warbler -W (many) Yellow-rumped Warbler (Yellow-throated Warbler) -G Northern Waterthrush -2 at W Scarlet Tanager -ad. male at W (Summer Tanager) Northern Cardinal Blue Grosbeak -W Rose-breasted Grosbeak -ad. male at W Indigo Bunting -W,H Common Grackle Boat-tailed Grackle -G Brown-headed Cowbird (Eastern Towhee) Bachman's Sparrow -River Bend Plantation, SE Brooks Co. House Sparrow Red-winged Blackbird Orchard Oriole -C,G House Finch -V American Goldfinch -W,H

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