Date: 7/30/17 1:05 pm From: William H Kaempfer <William.Kaempfer...> [NEBirds] <NEBirds...> Subject: RE: [NEBirds] Keith County Snowy Plovers/Cassin‚Äôs Sparrows Question
I think I've had Snowy's at the first turn into Mac. after the dam, and then at another spot about 10 miles further West the name of which I won't come up with on my cell. (I'm in FL right now. Just dipped on Shiny Cowbird, alas.)
As to Cassin' s, I have a spot in CO (south from I76 at the Red Lion exit) but that's probably not what you want.
Bill Kaempfer (from Justin's trip at the NOU'S in May.) Boulder, CO
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From: "<sammanning19...> [NEBirds]" <NEBirds...>
Date: 7/30/17 10:38 AM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [NEBirds] Keith County Snowy Plovers/Cassinís Sparrows Question
My father, brother, and I will be traveling out to Keith County in the next week or so, and I was wondering if anyone had any information on where to find or where Snowy Plovers/Cassinís Sparrows have been found. I know Snowy Plovers have been found in the past at Lake McConaughy, but I canít seem to find any specific locations/access points at the lake where they were seen. I also read on some old NEBirds posts about a location for Cassinís Sparrows north of Lake McConaughy in the early 2000s, does anyone have information about that location?