Date: 11/17/20 9:41 am
From: plm108 <plm108...>
Subject: Re: Fork-tailed Flycatcher continues
Bird still present. Please park at pullout at bridge but leave room for field access and take precautions on this segment of the road. Large trucks travel past this area, some carrying lumber. Great find -- and a big congrats to all who see it. Since eBird is down for maintenance, here's a pin for the general location:  33.715, -91.259. Mostly seen on utility line and on northeast side of Hwy 4 (or lefthand side of road if coming from McGehee.)Patty and Michael, The Roadrunners, Conway AR. 
-------- Original message --------From: plm108 <plm108...> Date: 11/17/20 8:41 AM (GMT-06:00) To: Araks O <araks.ohanyan...>, <ARBIRD-L...> Subject: RE: Fork-tailed Flycatcher continues Still at same location. Goes into the field, feeding from small brushes, then drops into the weeds, eventually landing on utility line. PattySent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone-------- Original message --------From: Araks O <araks.ohanyan...> Date: 11/17/20 7:19 AM (GMT-06:00) To: <ARBIRD-L...> Subject: Fork-tailed Flycatcher continues Hello all,Steve Warmack and I just spotted the fork-tailed flycatcher at approximately the same location as yesterday. It’s on the east side of the road just south of the bridge. There’s a pull-off immediately after the bridge on the right  where we both parked. Traffic’s a bit heavy on that side.Happy birding!RoxyRussellville Sent from my iPhone############################To unsubscribe from the ARBIRD-L list:write to: mailto:<ARBIRD-L-SIGNOFF-REQUEST...> click the following link:http://listserv.uark.edu/scripts/wa-UARKEDU.exe?SUBED1=ARBIRD-L&A=1

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