Date: 4/17/17 3:53 pm
From: Ann Johnson <aj...>
Subject: RE: [ia-bird] Gray-cheeked Thrush
Hi All,

It’s hard to get a good feel for what migration means this year and if this is sign of things to come. Many species seem to be early, some exceptionally so. Please, please, please make sure you make note of these by reporting them to seasonal field reports so the information gets published. I would also encourage a short documentation of any record early species for use by the seasonal editors.



Ann Johnson

Norwalk, IA









From: <ia-bird...> [mailto:<ia-bird...>] On Behalf Of Ellen Fuller
Sent: Monday, April 17, 2017 4:40 PM
To: <ia-bird...>
Subject: [ia-bird] Gray-cheeked Thrush



It seems this year many sp. are putting in an early appearance as there was a Gray-cheeked Thrush in Aspen Grove Cemetery.

Chuck Fuller

Burlington

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