Date: 10/30/17 2:57 pm From: EUGENE YOUNG <EUGENE.YOUNG...> Subject: Re: Just Reporting
Saw one at CBWMA (I believe in 2001), I remember being with Brad Jacobs (formerly MDWC) and some others. I think we had a working group meeting on shorebirds or Partners in Flight! It's the only one I recall seeing in KS.
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas [mailto:<KSBIRD-L...>] On Behalf Of Tom SHANE
Sent: Monday, October 30, 2017 4:24 PM
Subject: Just Reporting
A couple of years ago I received my copy of the 2015 Texas Birds Annual, one of the TX Ornithol. Soc. Publications which contained an article:
Jack Clinton Eitniear. 2015. Egyptian Geese in Central Texas: An established exotic? Texas Birds Annual. TOS.
Last week I received the latest issue of The Nebraska Bird Review containing a seasonal report, I think the NOU is around 119 years old:
Larry Einemann. 2017. Egyptian Goose. (In) Winter Field Report, December 2016 to February 2017, (Compiled by W. Ross Silcock). The Nebraska Bird Review 85(1): 2-31.
Egyptian Goose at Holmes Lake, Lincoln 13 Dec (LE photo) was the 8th record of this species, .................... We track such sightings for the record; there is a feral population in northwest Arkansas that may be a source of these birds, .........