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12/15/18 2:58 pm Len Blumin <Len.blumin...> Re: [CALBIRDS] Possible Common Pochard at Big Lagoon, Humboldt county
12/14/18 2:59 pm Craig Swolgaard <cswol...> [CALBIRDS] <CALBIRDS-noreply...> [CALBIRDS] Kern County Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
12/14/18 8:52 am Tony Kurz <tonyk_71220...> [CALBIRDS] Possible Common Pochard at Big Lagoon, Humboldt county
12/7/18 9:55 am natureali <natureali...> [CALBIRDS] California CBC Schedule complete
12/4/18 9:47 pm Robin Leong <robin_leong...> [CALBIRDS] Counting birds on a Dolphin Cruise for the Benicia CBC on Monday Dec 17, 2018
11/30/18 8:51 am <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
11/28/18 7:30 pm <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
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11/20/18 8:28 am Christopher Taylor <ctaylor...> Re: *suspicious attachment* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
11/20/18 5:22 am Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl...> *suspicious attachment* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
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11/18/18 4:32 pm James Bailey <rivierastarsong...> Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
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11/18/18 8:15 am Zeke VanZante <zekevan03...> [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
11/18/18 7:53 am Ken Burton <shrikethree...> Re: [CALBIRDS] [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
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11/16/18 10:45 am Jim Holmes <jfholmes...> Re: [CALBIRDS] Eurasian Skylark in Del Norte County
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Date: 12/15/18 2:58 pm
From: Len Blumin <Len.blumin...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Possible Common Pochard at Big Lagoon, Humboldt county
Tony-

Difficult to rule out a hybrid Aythya. We had a similar pochard-looking/canvasback duck in Marin in 2011: https://www.flickr.com/photos/lenblumin/5554463612/in/album-72157648786932876/

The consensus ID at the time was Canvasback x Redhead, a known hybrid. Check my website for further photos of this individual, in the "Hybrid Birds" album.

Cheers, Len Blumin

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Date: 12/14/18 2:59 pm
From: Craig Swolgaard <cswol...> [CALBIRDS] <CALBIRDS-noreply...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Kern County Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Birders-

Yesterday I was in California City, Central Park and found a yellow-bellied sapsucker. As you enter the parking lot it is located on the right side, close to the man-made hill and small lake. It was flying between cottonwoods on the lawn and the small pines on the hill itself. To see photos, please go to my eBird report: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50650389 <https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50650389>.

Since I don’t regularly bird in southern California I deided to use the more general Calbirds listserv. If that is a misstep, please let me know.

Good birding,

Craig Swolgaard
Georgetown, CA
 

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Date: 12/14/18 8:52 am
From: Tony Kurz <tonyk_71220...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Possible Common Pochard at Big Lagoon, Humboldt county
Hey folks I had brief and somewhat satisfying look today at a duck on the east side of Big Lagoon.  I was scanning looking through ducks when I saw a canvasback with a pale blue patch on the bill.  Immediately I thought POCHARD!  So I grabbed my phone and snapped off a few poor pics I then zoomed and studied the duck and thought oh nice the Pochard from Freshwater Lagoon last winter is back.  Only I noticed some differences like the pale spot on the bill was obvious, but not bold like the pochard last winter, I just want to note that light may have played an affect on what I saw.  The sun was very bright and there was a haze in the air.  It made it quite difficult actually to see some ducks at certain angles.   Also the overall color of the bird was a similar white to the male Canvasback's around it, but after seeing my photos I can see that the bird is a faint shade darker which is good for pochard.  Though the head shape did seem a bit different than the CANV'S.  Well I had about 5 minutes to study the bird at not too far of a distance.  And then a truck pulling a boat drove right by me and began to launch his boat and that spooked the ducks.  I saw where they landed just south not too far and as I tried to relocate they jumped again and flew way out towards the middle of the lagoon.  I feel like if I studied the duck longer I may be more inclined to make a call on it.  I feel that I just can't rule out maybe some kind of hybrid.  I know Redhead x Canvasback was thrown out there, but I'll I can hope is that somebody re-finds it.

Here is a link too see the photos:
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50650416

Where I had this duck was accessed from highway 101.  Heading north cross over the bridge at Big Lagoon and once the road turns to two lanes keep and eye to the left for two dirt access roads.  The northern most road goes all the way down to the lagoon shore.  This the location I had the duck.

Good birding,
Tony Kurz

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Date: 12/7/18 9:55 am
From: natureali <natureali...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] California CBC Schedule complete
Hi Birders,



It took a while but I am happy to report that California CBC Schedule is
complete except for one date for a private count missing. Please contact the
compiler or coordinator to join any of the 137 CBCs scheduled. If you are an
organizer of the count and see errors, please contact me right away and I
will correct the error.

For the no bells and whistles list, visit.

http://www.natureali.org/cbcs.htm



For a Kern County only list, visit.

http://www.natureali.org/kerncbcs.htm



And finally, if you want to participate in the count I compile, see.

http://www.natureali.org/CAKR_cbc.htm



Information on creating group ebird lists for compilers.

https://help.ebird.org/customer/en/portal/articles/2347595-creating-a-group-
ebird-account



Thanks, happy birding.



Ali



Alison Sheehey

P.O. Box 1832

Kernville, CA 93238



"When you compromise nature, nature gets compromised. It's gone, it's hurt,
it's injured, you gain nothing back ever." ~ Martin Litton






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Date: 12/4/18 9:47 pm
From: Robin Leong <robin_leong...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Counting birds on a Dolphin Cruise for the Benicia CBC on Monday Dec 17, 2018
The Benicia CBC is on Monday Dec 17th. I am hiring Dolphin cruise's boat to go from either the Vallejo yacht Club or the Benicia Yacht Club East ward past the mothball fleet past Grizzly Bay up Montezuma Slough to the bridge and back. It will be about a 6 hour trip. I hope that we can get better numbers of the raft of diving ducks and grebes and possibly a loon or two. For those county birders, we will mostly be in Solano County waters with a chance to see some species in CCC. The cost is $25 for the day and providing a Christmas Count bird list for the compiler. You need to bring your own food and drink. If you are interested contact Robin Leong (707) 643-1287 or via email robin_leong AT netzero.net.

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Date: 11/30/18 8:51 am
From: <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
Hi Lucas,
I have received other replies of the bird being seen, apparently on days
when the weather is good.
Tom Miko
Claremont LA County

On Wed, Nov 28, 2018, 10:30 PM lucas brug <lucas.hendrik...> wrote:

> I had the bird last on the 19th and haven’t found it since then. I think
> it’s gone
> Lucas
> Klamath
>
> Get Outlook for iOS <https://aka.ms/o0ukef>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* Ken Burton <shrikethree...>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, November 28, 2018 9:30 PM
> *To:* T.G. Miko
> *Cc:* lucas h brug; calbirds; Northwest calbird; <calbirds...>
> *Subject:* Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
>
> To my knowledge, it has not been reported since Saturday. At least nine
> people (including Lucas) were out looking on Sunday and couldn't find it.
>
> Ken Burton
> Arcata
>
> On Wed, Nov 28, 2018 at 7:30 PM <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> wrote:
>
>> Hi Lucas, and Everybody
>> Obviously, the Skylark is still around, and I've been talking with a
>> friend about the two of us going up there Friday morning(it's a 12 hour
>> drive so we would only be able to look for the bird Saturday morning), but
>> I get the feeling that there's some kind of connection between weather
>> patterns up in the northwestern corner of the state and when this bird can
>> or cannot be found. How has the weather been up there the last two or three
>> days, and will it be the same on Friday, Saturday and Sunday? (it is easy
>> to look up what the weather will be anywhere, but it is actually pretty
>> hard to find on the internet what the weather was 2 days ago.).
>> Tom Miko
>> Claremont
>> LA County
>> 909.241.3300
>>
>> On Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 3:30 PM <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> wrote:
>>
>>> Thanks, Lucas. Hm... I might have to play it safe and wait until someone
>>> (possibly you) sees it again.
>>> Tom
>>>
>>> On Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 1:34 PM lucas brug <lucas.hendrik...>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> I last had the bird on Monday but was unable to find it Tuesday after
>>>> extensive search.
>>>> Lucas Brug
>>>> Klamath
>>>>
>>>> Get Outlook for iOS
>>>> <https://nam01.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/?url=https%3A%2F%2Faka.ms%2Fo0ukef&data=02%7C01%7C%7C10dcc14361d54ea9ebba08d655bbd4af%7C84df9e7fe9f640afb435aaaaaaaaaaaa%7C1%7C0%7C636790662540715392&sdata=GvXBI8Oww8KWkNhU13eSqLrA5GWPhsVm63ro54rUALc%3D&reserved=0>
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>>>> ------------------------------
>>>> *From:* <calbirds...> on behalf of <tgmiko...>
>>>> *Sent:* Thursday, November 22, 2018 11:50 AM
>>>> *To:* CALBIRDS; Northwest calbird; <calbirds...>
>>>> *Subject:* [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
>>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> I assume that the Eurasian Skylark is staying until February or March,
>>>> and the reason that there have been no reports lately is due to a
>>>> combination of the rain that moved through that part of the state, along
>>>> with the location being very far from large cities, and those people who
>>>> really want to see this bird have already gone and seen it. Any updates?
>>>> Tom Miko
>>>> Claremont LA County
>>>> 909.241.3400
>>>>
>>>
>>
>>

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Date: 11/28/18 7:30 pm
From: <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
Hi Lucas, and Everybody
Obviously, the Skylark is still around, and I've been talking with a friend
about the two of us going up there Friday morning(it's a 12 hour drive so
we would only be able to look for the bird Saturday morning), but I get the
feeling that there's some kind of connection between weather patterns up in
the northwestern corner of the state and when this bird can or cannot be
found. How has the weather been up there the last two or three days, and
will it be the same on Friday, Saturday and Sunday? (it is easy to look up
what the weather will be anywhere, but it is actually pretty hard to find
on the internet what the weather was 2 days ago.).
Tom Miko
Claremont
LA County
909.241.3300

On Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 3:30 PM <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...> wrote:

> Thanks, Lucas. Hm... I might have to play it safe and wait until someone
> (possibly you) sees it again.
> Tom
>
> On Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 1:34 PM lucas brug <lucas.hendrik...> wrote:
>
>> I last had the bird on Monday but was unable to find it Tuesday after
>> extensive search.
>> Lucas Brug
>> Klamath
>>
>> Get Outlook for iOS <https://aka.ms/o0ukef>
>>
>> ------------------------------
>> *From:* <calbirds...> on behalf of <tgmiko...>
>> *Sent:* Thursday, November 22, 2018 11:50 AM
>> *To:* CALBIRDS; Northwest calbird; <calbirds...>
>> *Subject:* [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
>>
>> Hi,
>> I assume that the Eurasian Skylark is staying until February or March,
>> and the reason that there have been no reports lately is due to a
>> combination of the rain that moved through that part of the state, along
>> with the location being very far from large cities, and those people who
>> really want to see this bird have already gone and seen it. Any updates?
>> Tom Miko
>> Claremont LA County
>> 909.241.3400
>>
>
>

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Date: 11/22/18 3:30 pm
From: 'T.G. Miko' <tgmiko...> [CALBIRDS] <CALBIRDS-noreply...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
Thanks, Lucas. Hm... I might have to play it safe and wait until someone
(possibly you) sees it again.
Tom

On Thu, Nov 22, 2018, 1:34 PM lucas brug <lucas.hendrik...> wrote:

> I last had the bird on Monday but was unable to find it Tuesday after
> extensive search.
> Lucas Brug
> Klamath
>
> Get Outlook for iOS <https://aka.ms/o0ukef>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From:* <calbirds...> on behalf of <tgmiko...>
> *Sent:* Thursday, November 22, 2018 11:50 AM
> *To:* CALBIRDS; Northwest calbird; <calbirds...>
> *Subject:* [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
>
> Hi,
> I assume that the Eurasian Skylark is staying until February or March, and
> the reason that there have been no reports lately is due to a combination
> of the rain that moved through that part of the state, along with the
> location being very far from large cities, and those people who really want
> to see this bird have already gone and seen it. Any updates?
> Tom Miko
> Claremont LA County
> 909.241.3400
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Date: 11/22/18 11:50 am
From: <tgmiko...> <tgmiko...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Skylark still around?
Hi,
I assume that the Eurasian Skylark is staying until February or March, and
the reason that there have been no reports lately is due to a combination
of the rain that moved through that part of the state, along with the
location being very far from large cities, and those people who really want
to see this bird have already gone and seen it. Any updates?
Tom Miko
Claremont LA County
909.241.3400

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Date: 11/20/18 8:28 am
From: Christopher Taylor <ctaylor...>
Subject: Re: *suspicious attachment* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
It appears their systems have been compromised. I've set both users to
moderated status.

While I'm trying to find a way to restrict attachments to Groups.io,
it's advisable to never open any e-mail attachments other than standard
image files.

--
Christopher Taylor
Marina del Rey, CA
https://kiwifoto.com



-----Original Message-----
From: Justyn Stahl [mailto:<justyn.stahl...>]
Cc <calbirds...>
Sent: Tuesday, Nov 20, 2018 at 05:21 AM (PST)
Subject: *suspicious attachment* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant? [5.4K]
Message-Id: <CAM3RVvuFs2fcmMfyDJ0p_XvSpcQyXraRN7yq9dWAysv_jLCSkQ...>

I???m not sure what the attachment is but the exact same email was just sent
to the eBird editor list. I suggest the moderator of Calbirds disable
attachments for this reason, and refrain from opening the ???montereybay.doc???

Justyn Stahl
San Clemente Island/San Diego


On Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 3:32 AM Rita Carratello <merops...>
wrote:

> Good Morning,
>
> Please find attached doc.
> ------------------------------
> *From:* <rivierastarsong...>
> *Sent:* Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:17:45 +0000
> *To:* <CALBIRDS...>
> *Subject:* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
>
> The yellow beak is found on little pied cormorant, but we can rule that
> species out on the structure. LPCO is a small, compact bird with a very
> short neck and the white forms a "brow" over the lores and along the top of
> the beak. It isn't the "standard" pied cormorant because that species only
> has a yellow forehead patch, and the beak is grey or pinkish.
>
> If anyone can get a straight side view of the head, that'll help with the
> beak measurement. Right now it looks too short for double-crested,
> Temminck's, or great cormorant. Great cormorant in some subspecies can have
> immatures that are very pale on the underparts. That is all assuming it
> isn't just a leucistic something or other (e.g. double-crested), which may
> be the most likely possibility.
>
> An interesting bird nonetheless!
>
> James Bailey
> Lake Forest
>
>
>




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Date: 11/20/18 5:22 am
From: Justyn Stahl <justyn.stahl...>
Subject: *suspicious attachment* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
I’m not sure what the attachment is but the exact same email was just sent
to the eBird editor list. I suggest the moderator of Calbirds disable
attachments for this reason, and refrain from opening the “montereybay.doc”

Justyn Stahl
San Clemente Island/San Diego


On Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 3:32 AM Rita Carratello <merops...>
wrote:

> Good Morning,
>
> Please find attached doc.
> ------------------------------
> *From:* <rivierastarsong...>
> *Sent:* Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:17:45 +0000
> *To:* <CALBIRDS...>
> *Subject:* Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
>
> The yellow beak is found on little pied cormorant, but we can rule that
> species out on the structure. LPCO is a small, compact bird with a very
> short neck and the white forms a "brow" over the lores and along the top of
> the beak. It isn't the "standard" pied cormorant because that species only
> has a yellow forehead patch, and the beak is grey or pinkish.
>
> If anyone can get a straight side view of the head, that'll help with the
> beak measurement. Right now it looks too short for double-crested,
> Temminck's, or great cormorant. Great cormorant in some subspecies can have
> immatures that are very pale on the underparts. That is all assuming it
> isn't just a leucistic something or other (e.g. double-crested), which may
> be the most likely possibility.
>
> An interesting bird nonetheless!
>
> James Bailey
> Lake Forest
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Date: 11/20/18 5:03 am
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] CALBIRDS @yahoogroups.com vs @groups.io

Good Morning,




Please find attached doc.




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This is confusing: it seems that CALBIRDS is currently alive at both at groups.io and at yahoogroups.com. 




The recent "Long-eared Owl location?" posts showed up at the new groups.io:

https://groups.io/g/CALBIRDS/topic/long_eared_owl_location/28124616





But the equally recent "Eurasian Skylark in Del Norte County" posts appeared at old Yahoo groups:

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/CALBIRDS/conversations/messages/13839





Disabling posts to <calbirds...> would probably be a good idea to make a clean switch. 





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Date: 11/20/18 3:32 am
From: Rita Carratello <merops...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?

Good Morning,




Please find attached doc.




From: <rivierastarsong...>
Sent: Sun, 18 Nov 2018 23:17:45 +0000
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
 

The yellow beak is found on little pied cormorant, but we can rule that species out on the structure. LPCO is a small, compact bird with a very short neck and the white forms a "brow" over the lores and along the top of the beak. It isn't the "standard" pied cormorant because that species only has a yellow forehead patch, and the beak is grey or pinkish.

If anyone can get a straight side view of the head, that'll help with the beak measurement. Right now it looks too short for double-crested, Temminck's, or great cormorant. Great cormorant in some subspecies can have immatures that are very pale on the underparts. That is all assuming it isn't just a leucistic something or other (e.g. double-crested), which may be the most likely possibility.

An interesting bird nonetheless!

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Date: 11/19/18 10:38 pm
From: Chet Ogan <oganc...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] Limantour Cormorant
Birders,   Like Ken Burton I was in Australia for the month of September.  Below are photos I took in late August while spending a day at Werribee Wastewater Treatment Plant serving Melbourne, Australia.  Left is a Little Pied Cormorant below a Pied Cormorant, right photo is a group of Pied Cormorants.   The heads are silhouetted nicely, size can easily be compared between the species, they are on different levels of an old pier. The black "leggings" that Joe Morlan mentions are easily visible in the photo.
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Date: 11/18/18 4:32 pm
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
The yellow beak is found on little pied cormorant, but we can rule that species out on the structure. LPCO is a small, compact bird with a very short neck and the white forms a "brow" over the lores and along the top of the beak. It isn't the "standard" pied cormorant because that species only has a yellow forehead patch, and the beak is grey or pinkish.

If anyone can get a straight side view of the head, that'll help with the beak measurement. Right now it looks too short for double-crested, Temminck's, or great cormorant. Great cormorant in some subspecies can have immatures that are very pale on the underparts. That is all assuming it isn't just a leucistic something or other (e.g. double-crested), which may be the most likely possibility.

An interesting bird nonetheless!

James Bailey
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Date: 11/18/18 3:38 pm
From: <feather...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
Wow......https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50013172


I was comparing the shots above with the shots online of this Australian
species, and I am in awe. However, there are a few things that have me
wondering why it wasn't considered to be a partial leucistic
Double-crested?

OTOH: could it be an escapee from a private or zoo collection?





On Sun, 18 Nov 2018 07:48:45 -0800, "Ken Burton" <shrikethree...>
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> Yesterday a suspected Little Pied Cormorant was reported from Limantour
> Estuary.  The reporter, whom I dont know personally, expressed
> uncertainty that the bird was even a cormorant.  After reviewing the
> photos, and having just spent two months in Australia, I believe the
bird
> is a Pied Cormorant.  It looks too big, large-billed, and long-necked to
> me for Little Pied.  Origin, of course, up for speculation!
> Ken BurtonMill Valley (for now)
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Date: 11/18/18 3:05 pm
From: Joe Morlan <jmorlan...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
Hi Ken,

Shouldn't a Pied Cormorant have black leggings? Why not a pale immature
Double-crested?

On Sun, 18 Nov 2018 07:52:55 -0800, "Ken Burton" <shrikethree...>
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>Sorry, I had meant to indicate where the bird was reported. It was on eBird; link below.https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50013172
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Date: 11/18/18 8:15 am
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Subject: [CALBIRDS] Little pied Cormorant?
Photo of the potential bird at limantour estero Marin county:

Sorry for double post

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Date: 11/18/18 7:53 am
From: Ken Burton <shrikethree...>
Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
Sorry, I had meant to indicate where the bird was reported. It was on
eBird; link below.
https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S50013172

Ken

On Sun, Nov 18, 2018 at 7:51 AM Alvaro Jaramillo <chucao...>
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> Ken,
>
> Could the photos be posted somewhere? This should be a resolvable
> problem if the photos are OK.
>
> Alvaro
>
>
>
> Alvaro Jaramillo
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> <alvaro...>
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> www.alvarosadventures.com
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>
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> *From:* <northbaybirds...> <northbaybirds...> *On Behalf Of *Ken
> Burton
> *Sent:* Sunday, November 18, 2018 7:49 AM
> *To:* <northbaybirds...>; <calbirds...>
> *Subject:* [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
>
>
>
> Yesterday a suspected Little Pied Cormorant was reported from Limantour
> Estuary. The reporter, whom I don't know personally, expressed uncertainty
> that the bird was even a cormorant. After reviewing the photos, and having
> just spent two months in Australia, I believe the bird is a Pied
> Cormorant. It looks too big, large-billed, and long-necked to me for
> Little Pied. Origin, of course, up for speculation!
>
>
>
> Ken Burton
>
> Mill Valley (for now)
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Date: 11/18/18 7:51 am
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
Ken,

Could the photos be posted somewhere? This should be a resolvable problem if the photos are OK.

Alvaro



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From: <northbaybirds...> <northbaybirds...> On Behalf Of Ken Burton
Sent: Sunday, November 18, 2018 7:49 AM
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Subject: [northbaybirds] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)



Yesterday a suspected Little Pied Cormorant was reported from Limantour Estuary. The reporter, whom I don't know personally, expressed uncertainty that the bird was even a cormorant. After reviewing the photos, and having just spent two months in Australia, I believe the bird is a Pied Cormorant. It looks too big, large-billed, and long-necked to me for Little Pied. Origin, of course, up for speculation!



Ken Burton

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Date: 11/18/18 7:49 am
From: Ken Burton <shrikethree...>
Subject: [CALBIRDS] alien cormorant at Limantour (Marin)
Yesterday a suspected Little Pied Cormorant was reported from Limantour
Estuary. The reporter, whom I don't know personally, expressed uncertainty
that the bird was even a cormorant. After reviewing the photos, and having
just spent two months in Australia, I believe the bird is a Pied
Cormorant. It looks too big, large-billed, and long-necked to me for
Little Pied. Origin, of course, up for speculation!

Ken Burton
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Date: 11/17/18 4:20 pm
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Subject: [CALBIRDS] Snow Bunting at Arcata Bottoms
Our group found a Snow Bunting on Old Samoa rd at (40.8669822, -124.1350710). Photos and audio. Bird seen near near on shed but later flew over south to another field.

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Date: 11/16/18 10:43 pm
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Subject: [CALBIRDS] Eurasian Skylark Continues at Lake Tolowa Del Norte County.
Hi all; just found the Eurasian Skylark east of the second pullout in the fields. Great photos and Recordings. Please Don’t chase or harass this bird!!!

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Date: 11/16/18 10:45 am
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] Eurasian Skylark in Del Norte County
Unable to relocate the bird since my initial siding. Others are currently looking

Thanks
Jim Holmes
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The bird is currently present on Friday, November 16th. Same exact location as described by Rob Fowler earlier this week.

Thanks

Jim Holmes
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Date: 11/16/18 7:33 am
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Subject: [CALBIRDS] Eurasian Skylark in Del Norte County
The bird is currently present on Friday, November 16th. Same exact location as described by Rob Fowler earlier this week.

Thanks

Jim Holmes
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Subject: Re: [CALBIRDS] CALBIRDS @yahoogroups.com vs @groups.io
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