We're all still out traveling and birding, making a long weekend of it. We should be able to get a photo or two online perhaps later this evening.
Jeff Click Easley, SC
On February 13, 2017 9:49:22 AM "Harry LeGrand" (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...> wrote:
> I don't yet see a photo on the CBC Photo Gallery or on the 3 eBird reports > of Wood Thrush on the Sightings on the CBC web pages. Are photos online > somewhere else? Editors would want or need photos of any > "spotted" thrushes (other than Hermit) during the winter months for > acceptance. > > Jeff --can you or others upload one or more photos to the CBC Photo > Gallery (or attach them to an eBird report) to document this highly unusual > report? > > Harry LeGrand > Raleigh; former Chat Briefs editor > > > > On Sun, Feb 12, 2017 at 11:30 PM, "Jeff Click" <carolinabirds...> > wrote: > >> Several birders with the Greenville County Bird Club saw and photographed >> a very off-season Wood Thrush at Santee Coastal Reserve Wildlife Management >> Area in Charleston County, SC. The bird was behind the office, at the >> end of Santee Gun Club Road, before the gate that leads to the Cape Trail. >> >> It’s no Kiskadee, but a very unexpected sighting for winter. >> >> Jeff Click >> Easley, SC >>