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Inlet, Del. There were a few winter reportsof Glossy Ibis in s. Virginia, and two appa- rentmigrantswere seenover Chincoteague Ref. Inland records of Canvasbacks seem to be increasing in Virginia, perhaps in part owing to the increasingnumbersof lakes and reservoirs. There were far fewer reportsof Harlequin Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up and both eiders than in recent years.

Eiders at Barnegat Inlet, N. The peak count of RedbreastedMergansersat Kerr Res. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up may be a record state count west of the Coastal Plain. Bay, N. Black Inland, one was seen at Alexandria, Va. This last location is far from any other known feral population of this species.

The origin of thesebirds is unknown, but they were free-flying. Whistling Swans CRV et al. Accipiters seemed in better-than-usual numbersin the s. Virginia land in late December. Senaca, Md. In contrastto last Adult seeking real sex MN Richfield 55423, they did not winter at Kerr Res. At WashingtonBoro, Pa. JGa major increaseover the or soof ten yearsago, andsingleWhite-fronted Geesewerereportedin four coastallocalities.

Northward migrating Red-taileds included 26 at New Hope, Pa. DJH and 28 at Elverson, Pa. RECboth on Mar. A pair was feedingone or more young in a nest at Blackwater Ref. Gamber found nine different Redshouldered Hawks in Lancaster Co. M A15, on Jan. A Blue Goosewintered different ad. Bald Eagles were noted at Kerr Res. KMF et al. There were Dee. One was presentat spring arrival at Yorktown, Va. A dark-phaseGyrfaleon appearedat Brigantine to Mar. Both were present about althe latter apparentlya first staterecord.

Volume29, Number3 two weeks. There were a Grouse at Princeton, N. Housewives wants nsa Trafalgar wood, N.

Chandler least seven. An outbreak of avian cholera in the Am. Cootpopulationat BackBay Ref. Four more Lesser Black-backed Gulls were reportedin addition to the three found last fall.

These were one at Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up City, Dec. Oystercatchers and perhaps one of the same birds also at Virginia wintered in some numbersbetweenChincoteagueand Beach Mar.

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Both Black-headed and CapeCharles, Va. Inlet, Little Gulls were found in Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up the De. At Holgate, N. Wintering shorebirdnumbersalongthe coastwere goodbut were in generalnot up to thoseof the previous winter. Some Killdeer were recorded on the Crisfield, Md.

Golden Plovers were seen at Brigantine Ref. An Am. Woodcock incubatingfour eggs in JamesCity Co. An unusual number of Spotted Sandpiperswere reported in Virginia. Abbott found one at Fort Belvoir Dec. The wintering flock of willets near Cape Charles totaled a record on Dec. Seventy-five Red Knotswinteredat Longport,N.

Sykes and othersfound a Pectoral Sandpiper at ChincoteagueRef. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up W. The oLokin Ruff reported was one at Locustville, Va. At BombayHook N Lookkin. Avocets were seen as late as Dec. Red Phalaropesapparentlywinteredat sea off the Delmarva coast.

Rowlett and Barnhill counted mi. A few Bonaparte'sGulls wintered inland at Kerr Res. At Craney I. Anderson estimated on Mar. Black-leggedKittiwakes were found onshoreat least five times, includingone at Back Bay Dec. Tern was found on the Roanoke R. Beautiful lady wants online dating Boston was carefully observed at Back Haymna Ref. Caspian Terns had build up to at Craney I. The winter pelagic trips off releasr Delmarva Pen.

Two Razorbills were found off Ocean City Jan. Strangely, the most common alcid in this area this winter was the Corn. Puffin, a speciesrarely recorded previously in this Region.

Some 39 individuals were noted offshore on six different days between Feb. I and Mar. None were seencloserto shorethan 40 miles. Thesereports constitutethe first sight records for Maryland; there was only one previous Virginia sight record. There were 35 sightings of Dovekies off Delmarva Jan. Excellent owl countswere reportedon someof the CBCs.

Michaels, Md. Three Black-and-white Warblers were presentin one at Cambridge, Md. Long-eared Owls the Bethlehem-Easton, were reportedmore commonlythan usual,perhapsbe- early migrant appeared at Madison Heights, Va. Dorchester Co. An apparent apparentimm. At Kutztown, Pa. The best Saw-whetOwl count was seven at Thorofare, N. SoAo Although American Birds is not the place to list reports of escapedcage releaes, it may be significant that three speciesof parakeets survived the winter at least into mid-March.

Although many identifications of parakeetsin the wild are subject to question, these are thought to be accurate. At Kerr Res. RJM et al. A Swainson'sThrushwasnoted Islanc Brigantine Ref. Cedar Waxwingswere very commonover muchof Maryland and Virginia during the winter, and a N.

Shrike was found at Avalon, N. Single Oveubirds were reported at Virginia Beach Dec. Up to four Com. Yellowthroats were observed during January at Kerr Res. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up

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Lokoin Coastal areas, of course, had higher numbers, with 54 reported at Back Bay Dec. Two were present during January at Prospect Park, Pa. EMone was noted at Mickteton, N. Eight to ten BaltimoreOrioles wintered in the Princeton, N. Northern finches were in general in Housewives seeking sex tonight Alta California 95701 numbers,though there were small local flocks of wintering Evening Grosbeaks.

One spectacularexception was a concentration of Evening Grosbeaksestimatedat at Brookneal, CampbellCo. CommonRedpollswere reportedonly twice, five at Norristown, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up.

Freer, C. Gamber, Ester Gordon, Dec. At manyfeedersin the n. Smith had bandeda record Hughes, Mrs. Hughes, Mary Humphreys,Phyllis by Haymaan. Drew Grainger, Jesse Grantham, T.

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Keel, M. Klimkiewicz, D. Lancaster Co. Bird Club, Jay Lehman, F. Len Little, D. Lundt, J. A Henslow's Sparrow was located along the Roanoke R. There were threereportsof Le Conte's Sparrows this winter. At Back Bay Ref. Similarly, one located at Ocean City, Md. The third bird was carefully identified at Lynnhaven Inlet, Va. Pyle, R. Pyle, S. Robbins, R. Slate, II, P. Smith, Jr. Smith, P. Spear, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up.

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Stevens, Chris Stinson, P. Tripician, C. Vaughn, Donald Weber, Robert Whitmoyer. Wieboldt, Hal Wierenga. Wilds, 15 CJ and one at Rosemont, Pa. Mitchell, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up.

Montevecchi, Discreet XXX Dating sex girl and sexxy Houston. Patterson, Mrs. Peacock, D. Peake, R. Williamson, E. Wil- EEH. David Zumeta -F. After being unusually common during the fall, White-crowned Sparrows remained that way through the winter, with unusualnumberseven in s.

Record counts included 53 at Oxon Hill, Md. More Lincoln's Sparrowsthan normal were reported. There were Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up birds near Hopewell, Va. Although Lapland longspurswere quite scarcein Virginia this winter, there were excellent countsin s. Pennsylvaniaand South Jersey, with a peak of 40 at Brigantine I. Teulings It was warmer than normaland wet in the Regionthis winter.

Most sectionswere touchedby only brief spells of sub-freezingweather, but there was plenty of rain, especiallyon weekends, which tended to dampen the enthusiasm of observers.

Two rare northern invaders,a Goshawkand a Snowy Owl. JG -- ibid. Abbott, Vincent Abrai- tys, R.

Dor, J. Akers, H. Alexander, Eleanor Anderson, R. Anderson, H. Annistead, M. Barnhill, J. Bazuin, Jr. Beck, R. Blicharz, Mrs. Brokow, Maurice Broun, P. Burdick, M. Byrd, Paul Bystrak. Ray Chandler, W.

Clarke, Mark Collie, A. Conway, R. Cook, J. DuMont, P. DuMont, John Dye. Dyke, J.

Eike, K. Fielder, A. Fischer, Loons in the incursion noted elsewhere in the Region. A Rough- coastal area of the Carolinas was noticeably up this seasonwith the total reportedcountwell abovethe past leggedHawk was seenseveraltimes during December at Pea I. A Golden Eagle was seen at five years' average. Red-throatedLoonsseemedto be presentin about normal numbers,althoughone observernoteda local scarcityof this speciesthroughthe winter at Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up City JF.

Two Eared Grebes were unusual visitors at L. Benson near Raleigh Dec 21 -Jan. Nine late-lingeringCattle EgretswereseennearGrandy,N. A pair of Bald Eagles nesting on South 1.

PeregrineFalcons were seen at three coastal locationsduring the winter period and one was sightedinland in Warren Co. Onewasalsoseennear McClellanville,S.

February sightingsof White Ibis and Flocks of at least Corn. Snipe were seenat Magnoha GlossyIbis were reportedfrom the N. Outer Banks Gardens near Charleston Feb. Up to swans also wintered at Pea Island N. Sightrags were also recorded farther north where 17 tree ducks were seen Apr.

Four N. Shovelers were uncommon rolandvisitors at Herehornex Feb. A flock of 18 Greater Scaup was also unusual at Raleigh Mar. A good count of Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Purple Discreet casual and safe sought for tonight recorded at Georgetown, S.

C, Dec. A locally unusual winter occurrence of a Least Sandpiperwas notednear Atlanta Jan. Hartwell near Clemson until early Ip HL. Twenty-eight Red Phalaropes were seen Jan. Simons I. Two were also seen by the aforemen- tioned pelagicparty Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up St. A lightphasePomafine Jaegerwas sightedoff the Charleston jetties Mar.

Birds A Bonaparte'sGull at Thomasville,Ga. At other inland sites,two Bonaparte'swere seenat L. Surf near Vass, N. Wheeler near Raleigh AHyman. A Forster's Tern was unusual at the latter location Mar. A fresh specimenof a Razorbill was found Feb. JECmarking the Region's only Alcid record for the season. Caswell Co.

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Short-earedOwls were remarkably abundantat Eufala N. A rather late W. Kingbird was seen near Georgetown, S. Roostsof Tree Swallows was observed at Jekyll I. Elsewhere, severalthousandwere noted Mar.

R,ough-wingedSwallowswere seen Mar. PurpleMartins returnedto Charlestonas early as Feb. Johnston County and Burlington in Alamance County. Smaller roosts Freeburg Missouri women fuckingandwere reported from Union and Mecklenburg Counties. The Winston-Salem CBC also indi- cated the presence of a roost containing at leastgrackles and 15,Rusty Blackbirds m that locality.

Eden, N. Evening Grosbeaksmade a poor Wren wintered at Townville, S. A winter sighting of a Blue-gray Gnatvery scarce. For both speciesit was the lowest season catcher was unusual at Zebulon, N.

Purple Record-breaking numbers of Golden-crowned and Fincheswere presentin aboutthe samenumbersas last Ruby-crowned Kinglets were tallied on this year's year, but fewer House Finches were fo Red CBCs, indicatinga very stronginflux of both species. Sprague'sPipitswere an outstandingfind at ern Pines and Atlanta. Rocky Mount, N. Braswell's farm in a mixed flock with Am. Pipits LF. The birds were rdlease on several occasions Jan. Elsewhere an unusual number of this speciesremained throughthe winter in the Augustaarea asreportedby Gerald Isalnd.

An out-of-season White-eyed Vireo was found at Raleigh Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. The list of late-lingeringwarblers included a Black-throated Green Warbler Dec.

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A Clay-colored Sparrow was noteworthy Dec. White-crowned Sparrowswinteredin theRegioninrecordnumbers,the ffor recorded in the Carolinas on C BCs this season was 2.

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The only other reported winter occurrence of the speciesin the Region was a Jan 7 observation of an individual near Townville, S. C HL scatteredover the Regionthis winter, indicatinga possibly significanttrend. The specieswas reportedfrom Brunswick, Augusta and Athens, Ga. Elsewhere, one was seen at Charleston, S.

Hatteras A N. Oriole believed to be of the Bullock's race wintered Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Southern Pines, N. A Snow Buntingwas an unusualvisitor at a feeder in Gastonia, N. Robert Manns.

Almost without exception, extremely early records featured isolated localities, with no evidence of a Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up movementof any species.

Keepingseparatesetsof data for Leon County and the coastal counties Nov. The following specieswere well below normal for all 8 months: Other specieswere low on 7 "counts. Red-bellied Woodpecker, E. Hill, N. Tree Swallow, Com. Crow, Brown Thrasher, E. Low in 6 months of record were: Stevenson On balance, the winter of was another mild one. Temperatures averaged close to normal in December and March, but well above in January and February.

A successionof mild winters doubtless has al- Am. Wigeon, Ring-necked Duck, Am. Coot, Hermit lowed an increasingnumberof semi-hardybirdsto winter in Florida, but how is it related to more frequent other observer in the Region. Another mild winter may have permitted larger numbersof ducks, geese, and several other winter residents to remain farther north, yet some speciesin the same category were more common than usualthis winter e. Whatever the explanation for some birds on the above lists, though, most of the insect-eatershave been below normal for many years, scoters, Common Merganser, Iceland Gull.

Horned Lark. Grackle, and Vesper and Field Sparrows. Italicized specieswere consideredlow by at least one As is so often the case, it is much easier to state andtheirdecreasesmayberelatedto lethalbuild-upsof pesticides. Eared Grebes appear to be increasing. One was collected near St. James, Franklin Co. Petersburg Dec. WB et al. SAN Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up al. Althoughthe Ospreyis almostwholly 11 HMS. Rare in winter BuchananKey Mar. Anotherwinterrecordof northward, the Merlin was seenat St.

George I. Leon County Mar. A recent increase in Glossy Ibis near St. A ScarletIbis appearedat L. Washington,Bre- linule remained at Wakulla Springsuntil Dec. Marks Light as early bills were early at DundeeFeb. A spate of "Caribbean Flamingos, two very red, were found near St.

Coot" records over Florida leads someof us to suspect PetersburgFeb. A high count of 65 Am. Golden Plover at St. Wigeon was at Merritt IDec. A very high count was that of Canvasbacks on Eagle L.

The three speciesof scoters wintered at Alligator Pt. Rare in Florida, the Corn. Merganseroccurredat three localitiesin the Tallahassee Division: Marks Light Dec.

Marks Jan. Marks Light Feb. Also appearingin an unusualarea was an Everglade Kite at L. Tahopekaliga, Highlands Co. Red Tailed Hawks rarely reach the Keys, but single birds were Lady wants hot sex TX Conroe 77301 Jan. Swainson's Hawk rarely winters on the Keys or in n. Florida, but one was at Stock I.

A winter rarity was a W. Sandpiperat inland L Jackson, Leon Co. An early Black-neckedStilt reachedTampa by Mar. Lesser Black-backed Gulls, almost unknown in Florida a few years ago, appeared near St. Petersburg from mid-December to March m. A Little Gull, very rare, was seenoff Canaveral Mar. A Dovekle off Canaveral Jan.

Whilethereare logical explanationsforthepresenceof the Ross',the appearanceof thisnativeofthe southernwest coast of SouthAmerica defies explanation. The photos are by Clare Stout. The inland occurrence Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up two Groove-billed Ants in n.

Leon County Dec. Marks Dec. A Snowy Owl Fla. Hypothetical List was reported at Lakeland Feb. Horel who, unfortunately, did not promptly notify others who might have corroborated the record or photographed the bird.

A Short-eared Owl was on St. A Corn. Female women spanking men in Athens near Delray Beach Dec.

The usually coastalGray Kingbird made news by two inlandoccurrences-- an extremely late or wintenng bird 9 mi. Marks Light Mat'. Western Kingbirds were considereduncommon on the Florida Keys this winter, but two winter records were made in n.

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Three Barn Swallows at Lakeland Feb.

A White-breasted Nuthatch that remained at Gaines- vdle into February Caroline Coleman added to the sktmpy evidence that the species occasionally migrates. Red-breasted Nuthatches again wintered on the Gulf islandsof Franklin County, and singlebirdsranged as far south as Brooksville Jan. The fourth record of the E. A Married woman wants hot sex South Kingstown Blue-winged Warbler near Mtamt Jan.

At least three N. A count of six Yellow Warblers at L. Washington, Brevard Co. De Soto County Dec. Florida was at Tallahassee Mar.

Leon County by Mar. Also early for that division was a Hooded Warbler at St. Marks Pine Bluff interracial swingers Mar. Wintering Wilson's Warblers were at Gainesville Feb. At the latter placean IndigoBuntingwas far north Jan. At least two Purple Finchesrangedas far southas Bartow Dec.

Goldfinches flocked along the lower Suwannee R. A Dickcissel was seen at Miami Dec. Goodwin the mouth of the St. JohnsRiver Dec. A single roost at Ft. Lauderdale Feb. Five more Red-crowneds were seen at Miami Mar. Lady seeking real sex Swedesboro Parakeets releaase nestingin March at Miami, Ft.

Farther up the east coast as many as 6 Blackhooded Parakeets were seen in the area from Titusville to Melbourne, beginningDec. The usual reelease of such introductions was graphically illustrated by the Budgerigar, which had a headstart on the other species; a single roost at St.

Petersburgcontainedabout individuals Ontario was diggingout of the worst storm of the winter and the worst April blizzard of the century. Yet the accountis of one of the mildestand mostopenwinters in livingmemory,with recordlatedeparturesandearly arrivals. The Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up, at leastinitially. Marshall Howe, of the U. Museum found the species"impossibleto determine" from the photographshe examined.

The Am. It is fortunate for the accuracyof Florida's ornithologicalhistorythat this particularphotographwasselectedfor publication. Brown, Robert D. Barber, Wesley Biggs, Robert L. Crawford, William D. Courser, Julia P. Cocke, Jas. Dinsmore, Mary C. Davidson, John B. Edscorn, Erma J. Fisk, Paul J. Fellers, Chas. Geanangel, C. Want to have fun while looking, JamesE.

Horoer, John H. Hintermister, Johnnie Johnson, Herbert W. Kale, James King, H. Langridge, Gail E. Nesbitt, John C. Ogden, Richard T. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up, Paul W. Sykes, Bob Wallace, Noel O. Oher abbreviations and. Volume 29, Number 3 Mild, cloudyandwet wasthe patternalongthelower Greal Lakes for muchof the winter. We expect it in December, but there was little changethroughJanuary and Nerehorned. There werelate ]ingerers,but notas manyasmightbe anticipatedfrom the openweather.

Indeed, it wasa dull winter on the whole, perhapsbecauseof abundantfood with nothingto force the scatteredwinteringbirds to feeders and the sheltered localities birders like to visit.

Marchbroughtthearrivalof winter, however,andby mid-month arrivals were averaging a little behind schedule,althoughscatteredearlybirdswerestillbeing sightedwhich perhapsarrived in the late February ResearchStation at Guelph also had Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Jan push.

Later in the periodanothermild spellbrought 19 with sevenPintail and 14Wood Ducks CAC, WHS scattered early arrivals, which seemed to fare badly once the "spring" seasonarrived! Unusual numbers of Horned Grebes were reflected in a highof 34 on Dec. The Niagara R. Most Wood Duck wintered north HHayman east to Peterborough and the Kingstonarea had late and early shovelerwith two on Wolfe I.

Both an Am. Wlgeon and Ring-necked Duck herehorend at Barrie, to Mar. The eastern counties along the St. Lawrence River have neverbeen well coveredin the past, soRick Howie's observationsof both duck and gullsfrom that area demand special attention.

Merganser were the commonestwintering duck with at Cornwall, and Corn. Goldeneye were also common with there Once the Seaway opened on Herehorneed. Great Greater Scaup, between Cornwall andSummerstown Blue Herons relesse widespreadin the southwest,but elsewherethere werefew sightingsafter the New Year.

Bittern at Delaware Dec. Egret in Essex Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. By Mar. The two hybrid Hooded Merganser and goldeneyereappeared Dec. The main springflight startedon Mar. A week later only remainedthere CTB et al. The expandingToronto residentflock of on the St. Clair River for the fourth and seventh Looikn siveyearsrespectively AR, DR but the only Barrow's Goldeneye this winter was the Ottawa bird, as Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Oakville birdsfailed to reappear.

Harlequin Ducks, by contrast, were in even better numbers: Even this doesnot tell thefull ever there, Dec. The most outstanding storyof the increaseas birdsfromthisflock havebeen waterfowl sighting of the winter was of two fulltaken for Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up elsewhere, and wintering geese plumageddrake Corn.

Eiders off Wolfe 1. I GF are now appearingin neighbouringlocalities-- at Terra With very few exceptionsfull-plumagedeidersjust do Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up to mid-February ASand 94 wintered on the not occur on the Great Lakes, and in any case our bnds Grand R. There are usually King Eiders. For some time I want burnley married woman obwere late reports of geese elsewhere, with at servers have felt they periodically get Corn.

The ing supportsthis idea. Noteworthy scotersapart from fii stmigrantstherewereon Mar. The first SnowGeesewere nine at Melbourne Feb. The increasingtendencyfor pond ducksto winter in small numbers was accentuated this year with the abundanceof open water.

Noteworthy Gadwall sightragsaway fi'omtheir maincentreof concentrationwest of Toronto were birds at Laurel Creek Reservoir, Waterloo, Feb.

A Blue-wingedTeal at Kingston Dec. The Hamilton area recorded some high numbers: Shoveler Jan. A Ruddy Duck was on the Sauble R. Accipiters were well represented particularly early in the season, and excludingthe Woman want casual sex Rattan Oklahoma there some 25 Goshawksreported, rleease was more than usual but certainly not of invasion proportions.

Ten Sharp-shinned Hawks included one north to Potter L. It was a good year for Redtailed Hawks, although numbers in the favoured Toronto region were rather low GB e!

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Red-shouldered Hawks, always rare in winter, were also unusuallyfar north to Kintail on L. Huron Feb. The Rough-leggedHawk invasiondid not live up to its early promise,althoughthe birds were widespreadin the south. The highestcount was from Wolfe I. The birds seemedto be mowng northward ADand none were to be found there the next day.

There were two Golden Eagle reportsfrom AlgonquinP. There werefourteenBald Eaglereports elsewhere, all along the lower Great Lakes with the exceptionof two on Manitoulin I. Marsh Hawks wintered in good numbersparucularly hdrehorned and east of Toronto to Oshawa m.

An Osprey at Kingston Mar. There were two Gyrfalcons seen, at Sudbury Dec. Kestrels north to MamtoulinFeb.

Hawk migration was Lookin. Movement was occurringin the southwestMar. At Grimsbyon Mar 27 there were birds of six species, although Red-tailedswere the major componentsof all these movements. It is intriguingthat the three easterncounties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry had only 27 hawksfor the period, includingmigration RHwhich contrasts with Kingston to the west. By contrast those areas Toronto and Waterloo commentingon Ring-necked Pheasantnum- bers Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up mentionedscarcity.

Early winter rails were reported as usual, includinga Sofa at London Dec. More Am. Coots than normallywere seen: A scatteringof other shorebirdswere seenduringMarch, but thegroupare of interest chiefly for late and wintering birds: There were alsofourPurple Yp Erieau Dec. Furtherwest they were in record numbers, with a high of 43 Glaucous Gulls on the Niagara R. In the southwestthere were respectivelytwo and 16 records of the two species, and there were the usual sightings elsewhere on the lower lakes.

Inland a Glaucouswas at KitchenerDec. The Cornwall observations are intriguing, particularly m comparisonwith KingstonandtheNiagaraRiver: Birds hadvirtually departedby Feb. Over Ring-billed Gulls moved upstream at U. These migration data compare with a Prince Edward Point below, P. On this Wife want hot sex St Ignatius there was a "tremendous" movement up the St.

Clair R. Movement out of L. Huron occurred on Dec. On the lower lakes Ringbilled Gulls winteredin exceptionalnumbersand Great Black-backed Gulls were also abnormally rrelease with as many herehorrned alongthe Niagara R. A Barn Owl was at Welland Jan. The Snowy Owl flight proved to be a rather poor one, although birds were widespread: The spring peak at Wolfe I. The Pittaway - Hince trip to Moosonee on Dec. Maybe it was coincidence,but an exceptional number of reporters mentioned Looiin Owls --just how this shouldbe interpreted is anyone's guess,as the speciesis more neglectedthan the other owls as a rule, and owls are always difficult to assess.

The single Boreal Owl report was of a dead bird at Manotick Feb. The small owls seem to find survival in relesse latitudes difficult: Ledinghamand Bowmanville BJ et al. By contrast Red-headed Woodpeckers seemed relatively fewer than in other winters 16 Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up and releas three Yellow-bellied Sapsuckers were seen, including one at Peterborough, Jan.

The good numbers of Haayman Woodpeckers seemed to thin out sharply as the winter wore on. Phoebewas at Toronto Zoo, Dec. Horned Lark migration was sparseand protracted. Perhaps Ontario's first-ever swallows in winter were two Rough-wingedSwallowsat London, at least one remaining to Dec. A bird of this speciesat Long Pt. Common Ravens continue to presssouthin winter, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up therewasa bird at Hot Adult Singles executive matchmaking seattle. Birds were relatively few in the populousToronto-Hamilton re- gion, promptingspeculationthat the northward movement of Dutch elm disease was a factor The patternswere traditional,however,in that heaviestconcentrationsalwayswere in Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up east, andthe correlationwith the spreadof the disease is not very good.

It yielded some 90 reports, including an estimated 60 over the period at Ottawa, and there were relesse Northerns, againinclud- ing 50 at Ottawa Lokkin RAF.

AlgonquinPark was he place for birds this winter: Black-capped Chickadeesand Brown Creepers, both unusually scarce in the south and west, abounded in the vicinity of the Park, with herfhorned and Red-breasted Nuthatches.

Never have there been such numbers of Red-breasted Nuthatches: Abitibi Dec. Winter Wrens occurred north to Parry Sound, Dec. The fall numbers of Carolina Wrens continued over the winter, as the speciesseemsto haverecoveredfrom the series of herehornsd which virtually eliminatedthe species from most of Ontario: Again there is space only for the more easterly or northerlyreports four Mockingbirds wintered at Ottawa, Brown Thrashers were at Kingston Feb.

Late E. Bluebirds were three at Napanee, Dec. Ruby-crownedKingletswere once almost unheard of in winter, but there were 10 records this past seasonincludingone at SouthBaymouthto Feb 8 KDiandothersat Ottawato Feb. The Bohemian Waxwings which so often turn up in these groups seemedfewer this year. The most interestingreports were two at Claremont from Feb. The Housewives want nsa Canastota. Shrike flight was light and scattered,exceptfor good numbersin AlgonquinP.

A pair of Starlingswere lininga nest at Pickering Mar. There were still ten there Jan. The Com. Yellowthroats at Canton Islanv. A sizeable Red-winged Blackbird movement occurred at U. Two N. Orioles were seen: Parry Sound had exceptional blackbird numbers for its location: Rusty Blackbird, Com.

A Dlckcisselwas seenat Ottawa Dec. Carolina Wrens continue to give the lie to their vernacular name as they Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up northward, even into Canada. Are they merely responding to the milder recent winters, or has the species undergone some genetic change fostering hardiness and range expansion? SK in the Connecticut River valley of Massachusetts reports it is "definitely increasing"; two were Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up in n.

Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Ottawa area said: Hundreds, found in every suitable woodlot and small patch of trees and 25 respectively i. Greatest invasion ever recorded in this area; peaked Islwnd late December, gradually decreasing through winter, but still to be found in choice sites at Adult seeking sex TN Ooltewah 37363 end of the period.

Many had moved out by mid- January but began to appear again in late March. A q Black-backed was in Oneida, N. Jan Mar. The irruption barely reached w. Massachusetts in November but both species were found in num- bers to coastal Maine and the Maritimes, and even south to e.

Efforts should be made to see if any breeding range extensions follow the winter incursion. JMCP says it has "staged an Haymn in the High Peaks area of the Adirondacks," noting, as have most other observers, that they come to feeders readily, thereby surviving hard weather.

Under totally natural conditions, the Gatdiner's I. American Robins were present in inordinately high numbers this winter Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. Onondaga Co. Spencer, H. Weber, R. Vorisek, B. This roost apparently persisted throughout the winter. These figures are some ten times higher than previous all-time Ieland for N,Y.

Identity verification of such lingerers is badly hwrehorned. Each winter several reports of Gray Jays are received, without excessive detail or photos, from the Berkshires; two was this year's complement. If these are genuine, a trend would be thereby indicated, so confirmation is desired.

Hahman Jay records have been suspect over a wide area in recent years, so our concern for detail should be Free chat sexy body as region-wide. Common Raven is definitely increasing in New York and New England, as breeder and hereehorned this year Norse recorded his largest single flock 6 in Mot ntain Bluebird. Guthrie and subsequently seen by hundreds of people -- until their fickle hershorned was diverted by some seagull in Massachusetts.

This is the first N. Bohemian Waxwings occurred In P. A late Nashville was found on the Queens Co. CBC Dec. Dieterichand dor usual tiny complement of Pine Warblers was found. Exceedingly latelingering was a Black-throated Green Warbler visiting several feeders in Athol, Mass. Nov Jan. Two or one? Very few Yellow-breasted Chats were reported, among them gelease first releease report for w. Massachusetts, at the Booker feeder in Wilbraham from 9 reldase at least Feb.

Orioles than usual occurred this winter, over the entire U. Tramontano, E. Treacy et al. Recently there has been an increase in reports of this species from the northeast; it is unlikely any of these are cagebirds, inasmuch as the species is highly migratory, and has in the last few years been extending its breeding range northward along the North Carolina Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up excessive cagebird traffic is a thing of the past So Ao At least 11 Pheucticus grosbeaks were reported this winter.

Some were accurately described, well seen and clearly referrable to one species. But several were not, and one "Blackheaded" seen by several reliable observers was described as having a "stripy head but underparts solidly white. If past trends are borne out, both will probably turn out to be about equally frequent, rendering the need for careful description that much more critical.

In fact, all such birds should be routinely photographed; the same holds true for orioles and "Western Tanagers," since more than one of the latter has proved to be an oriole and Haymna always a Baltimore! People are getting careless. Unqualified Rose-breasteds were found in Athol and Greenfield, Mass. Winter finches except Evening Grosbeaks were almost totally absent from the southern parts of the region, as they ate their way through one of the best conifer cone crops in the northwoods in many years.

In February Purple Finches began to appear out of the Haynan not far south, releaze in places herehorend Schenectady, N.

The first N. The eventual outcome of the nest is unknown, however. Pine Siskin was suspected of breeding in the same location m March, but no nest was found. The only Hoary Redpolls -- a handful -- were seen in colder portions of Qu6bec in mid-to-late winter.

House Finches continue their range expansion, one reaching Westport, N. Norman Mason ; in Schenectady, Yunick banded 66, his best winter total yet; over 50 were seen in one area on the e. Scott and David A. Cutler Despite all predictions to the contrary, the winter turned out again to be warmer and more open than normal, with only March having below-average temperatures.

Precipitation was quite heavy after a dry late -': Beach I - Black-throated Sparrow. Finally, N. Pleasant feeder from Feb. Hartford, Conn. The single Rose-ringed Parakeet on the Springfield, Mass. CBC, was outclassed by the 46 on the Bronx-Westchester. We Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up the yearling female collected in Connecticut in March Auk, George Clark for reminding ils.

Ash, J. Black, B. Burt, D. Crumb, T. Davis N. Rare Bird Alert: Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Oneida Lake Basin: Dempsey, J. DiCostanzo, B. Guyette Vermont: Kane New Jersey: Kellogg; R. Kelly, A. Laura, M. Mcintosh Montreal area: Norse, J. Peterson Adirondacks: BoxEssex, N. Reid Pennsylvania: Ryan, F. Scheider, D. Smith, and A. Wallin; B. Waterman Bird Club. BoxBernardsville, N. This was the fif consecutive above-normal winter in this Region, d the weather's effect Housewives seeking sex tonight Cleveland Tennessee 37312 birdlife might have been even greater had it not been for the preceding cool fall.

Migration during M ch seemed to be q te slow in getting underway. Peak counts of Horned ebes included at Kerr Res.

Twenty Pied-billed Grebes at L. Galena, near New B tain, Pa. Perhaps e record of e sea n w a subad t Ye!! Another s prise was a Manx Shearwater 15 miles off ean City Jan. Peak numbers of Gannets included at Virginia Beach, Va. Fa,her up Chesapeake Bay, three were seen at Gwynns I. Georges I. Four at Reedy Pt. A peak of six Double-crested Cormorants were seen at Kerr Res. Abbott reported at Heron Reef, St. Marys Co. Inlet, Del. There were a few winter reports of Glossy Ibis in s.

Virginia, and two apparent migrants were seen over Chincoteague Ref. Inland, one was seen at Alexandria, Va. This last location is far from any other known feral population of this species. The origin of these birds is unknown, but they were free-flying. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Swans wintered in small numbers inland in s.

Virginia again, with 11 during the period at Swift Creek Res. FRS et al. In contrast to last year, they did not winter at Kerr Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. At Washington Boro, Pa. JGa major increase over the or so of ten years ago, and single White-fronted Geese were reported in four coastalocalities.

The peak Snow Goose count at Brigantine N. A Blue Goose wintered at Kerr Res. KMF et al. Area, Pa. There were two reports of Fulvous Tree Cute married housewife looking for playmate. One was present at W Ocean City, Md.

Forty Gadwalls at Moselem Springs, Pa. A Eur. Green-winged Teal wintered at Pomona, N. Wigeon, one at Chincoteague Ref. Inland records of Canvasbacks seem to be increasing in Virginia, perhaps in part owing to the increasing numbers of lakes and reservoirs. There were far fewer reports of Harlequin Ducks and both eiders than in recent years.

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Eiders at Barnegat Inlet, N. The peak count of Redbreasted Mergansers at Kerr Res. This may be Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up record state count west of the Coastal Plain.

Accipiters seemed in better-than-usual numbers in the s. Excellent counts included 77 at Senaca, Md. Northward migrating Red-taileds included 26 at New Hope, Pa. DJH and 28 at Elverson, Pa. RECboth on Mar. A pair was feeding one or more young in a nest at Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Ref. Gamber found nine different Redshouldered Hawks in Lancaster Co.

M A, Mecklenburg Co. Bald Eagles were noted along the Roanoke R. An Osprey at Ocean City Dec. A dark-phase Gyrfaleon appeared at Brigantine Ref. Both were present about two weeks. Two Virginia Rails were found at Danville, Va. White-winged gulls were well represented in the Region, with Glaucous Gulls reported from at least eight localities and Icelands from at CBC totaled on Dec.

Chandler least seven. An outbreak of avian cholera in the Am. Four more in the death of approximately 19, birds owing to Lesser Black-backed Gulls were reported in addition the disease and the removal of others by Federal to the three found last fall. These were one at Ocean and state wildlife agents to inhibit the spread of the disease to other migrating waterfowl. Oystercatchers wintered in some numbers between Chincoteague and Cape Charles, Va. Inlet, De. At Holgate, N. Wintering shorebird numbers along the coast were good but were in general not Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up to those of the previous winter.

Some Killdeer were recorded on the Crisfield, Md. Golden Plovers were seen at Brigantine Ref. An Am. Woodcock incubating four eggs in James City Co. An unusual number of Spotted Sandpipers were Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up in Virginia. Abbott found one at Fort Belvoir Dec. The wintering flock of willets near Cape Charles totaled a record on Dec. Seventy-five Red Knots wintered at Longport, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up.

Sykes Texting horny lesbians for free others found a Pectoral Sandpiper at Chincoteague Ref. About W. The only Ruff reported was one at Locustville, Va. At Bombay Hook N W. Avocets were seen as late as Dec. Red Phalaropes apparently wintered at sea off the Delmarva coast. Rowlett and Barnhill counted mi.

Both Black-headed and Little Gulls were found in several localities along the coast with up to three of each at Ocean City during the period JMA et al. A few Bonaparte's Gulls wintered inland at Kerr Res. At Craney I. Anderson estimated on Mar. Black-legged Kittiwakes were found onshore at least five times, including one at Back Bay Dec.

Tern was found on the Roanoke R. Single women looking for sex in Sweeny Texas TX was carefully observed at Back Bay Ref.

Caspian Terns had build up to at Craney I. The winter pelagic trips off the Delmarva Pen. Two Razorbills were found off Ocean City Jan. Strangely, the most common alcid in this area this winter was the Corn. Puffin, a species rarely recorded previously in this Region. Some 39 individuals were noted offshore on six different days between Feb.

I and Mar. None were seen closer to shore than 40 miles. These reports constitute the first sight records for Maryland; there was only one previous Virginia sight record. There were 35 sightings of Dovekies off Delmarva Jan. Excellent owl counts were reported on some of the CBCs. Michaels, Md. As noted in the fall report, a mild invasion of American Birds, June, The farthest south bird was one at Hotwife cuck seeking bull, Md.

Long-eared Owls were reported more commonly than usual, perhaps because observers are more competent in locating them now The best counts were 13 in s. Dorchester Co. At Kutztown, Pa. The best Saw-whet Owl count was seven at Thorofare, N. SoAo Although American Birds is not the place to list reports of escaped cage birds, it may Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up significant that three species of parakeets survived the winter at least into mid-march.

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At Kerr Res. RJM et al. A Swainson's Thrush was noted at Brigantine Ref. Cedar Waxwings were very common over much of Maryland and Virginia during the winter, and a N.

Shrike was found at Avalon, N. An apparent early migrant appeared at Madison Heights, Va. The banded bird was seen later on six different occasions up to Mar. Single Oveubirds were reported at Virginia Beach Dec. Up to four Com. Yellowthroats were observed during January at Kerr Res.

Coastal areas, of course, had Sweet women seeking nsa black woman numbers, with 54 reported at Back Bay Dec. Two were present during January at Prospect Park, Pa. EMone was noted at Mickteton, N. Eight to ten Baltimore Orioles wintered in the Princeton, N. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up almost fully plumaged 3' Lazuli Bunting visited feeders near Elverson Jan l-mar.

Northern finches were in general in low numbers, though there were small local flocks of wintering Evening Grosbeaks. One spectacular exception was a concentration of Evening Grosbeaks estimated at Chat and meet phone Columbus Ohio Brookneal, Campbell Co. Common Redpolls were reported only twice, five at Norristown, Pa. At many feeders in the n. Smith had banded a record by Mar. The "Ipswich" Sparrow population at Brigantine I.

A Henslow's Sparrow was located along the Roanoke R. There were three reports of Le Conte's Sparrows this winter. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Back Bay Ref. Similarly, one located at Ocean City, Md. The third bird was carefully identified at Lynnhaven Inlet, Va. After being unusually common during the fall, White-crowned Sparrows remained that way through the winter, with unusual numbers even in s. Record counts included 53 at Oxon Hill, Md.

More Lincoln's Sparrows than normal were reported. There were single birds near Hopewell, Va. Although Lapland longspurs were quite scarce in Virginia this winter, there were excellent counts in s. Pennsylvania and South Jersey, with a peak of 40 at Brigantine I. JG -- ibid. Gordon Foer, R. Freer, C. Hartmann, Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. Hastings, Jose Hernandez, B.

Hiatt, C. Hills, D. Hughes, Mrs. Keel, M. Klimkiewicz, D. Lancaster Co. Bird Club, Jay Lehman, F. Len Little, D. Lundt, J. McQuar, R. Middleton, J. Mitchell, W. Montevecchi, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Peacock, D. Peake, R. Pyle, S. Robbins, R.

Slate, II, P. Smith, Jr. Smith, P. Spear, Jr. Stevens, Chris Stinson, P. Tripician, C. Vaughn, Donald Weber, Robert Whitmoyer. Wieboldt, Hal Wierenga. Wilds, Bill Williams, G. Williamson, E. Wiseman, Eric Witmet, T. David Zumeta -- F. Teulings It was warmer than normal and wet in the Region this winter. Most sections were touched by only brief spells of sub-freezing weather, but there was plenty of rain, especially on weekends, which tended to dampen the enthusiasm of observers.

Two rare northern invaders, a Goshawk and a Snowy Owl. Abbott, Vincent Abraitys, R. Ake, J. Akers, H. Alexander, Eleanor Anderson, R. Anderson, H. Annistead, M. Barnhill, J. Bazuin, Jr. Beck, R. Blicharz, Mrs. Brokow, Maurice Broun, P. Burdick, M. Byrd, Paul Bystrak. Ray Chandler, W. Clarke, Mark Collie, A. Conway, R.

Cook, J. DuMont, P. DuMont, John Dye. Dyke, J. Eike, K. Fielder, A. Fischer, American Birds, June, Loons in the coastal area of the Carolinas was noticeably up this season with the total reported count well above the past five years' average. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up

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Red-throated Loons seemed to be present in about normal numbers, although one observer noted a local scarcity of this species through the winter at Morehead City JF. Two Eared Grebes were unusual visitors at L. Benson near Raleigh Dec 21 -Jan. Nine late-lingering Cattle Egrets were seen Sex dating in Nappanee Grandy, N. One was also seen near McClellanville, S. Up to swans also wintered at Pea Island N.

No mention was made of sizeable wintering flocks of Snow Geese elsewhere, but observers d d take note of the presence of blue morph geese at several other places including eight seen at Charleston Jan 19 TBone seen regularly through the winter at Columbus RU, fide LAWand two at Garysburg, N C, Jan. Sightrags were also recorded farther north where herfhorned tree ducks were seen Apr. A Cinnamon Teal was Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up at Greenfield L.

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CBC data, refuge censu ses, and the comments of various observers indicated Canvasbacks were generally more abundant releease year, which s good news. Four Michigan black mature women anyone real out there. Shovelers were uncommon roland visitors at Raleigh Feb.

A flock of Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Greater Herehormed was also unusual at Raleigh Mar. Caswell Co. This was the only reported occur- rence of the season with no additional indications of an incursion noted elsewhere in the Region. A Golden Lkokin was seen at Okefenokee N.

A pair of Bald Eagles nesting on South 1. Peregrine Falcons were seen at three coastal locations during the winter period and one was sighted inland in Warren Co. A Black Islqnd was Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up good find at Kiawah I. Snipe were seen at Magnoha Gardens near Charleston Feb. A good count of 20 Purple Sandpipers was recorded at Georgetown, S. C, Dec. A locally unusual winter occurrence herehorner a Least Sandpiper was Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up near Atlanta Jan.

Hartwell near Clemson until early January HL. Twenty-eight Red Phalaropes were seen Jan. Simons I. Two were also seen by the aforementioned pelagic party off St. A lightphase Pomafine Jaeger was sighted off the Charleston jetties Mar. Birds A Bonaparte's Gull at Thomasville, Ga. At other inland sites, two Bonaparte's were seen at L. Surf near Vass, N. Wheeler near Raleigh Mar.

A Forster's Tern was unusual at the latter location Mar. Black Ski nmers were unusually common at Sea I. A fresh specimen rdlease a Razorbill was found Feb.

JECmarking the Region's only Alcid record for the season. Short-eared Owls were remarkably abundant at Eufala N. A rather late W. Kingbird was seen near Georgetown, S.

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An early northward movement of some Tree Swallows was observed at Jekyll I. Elsewhere, several thousand were noted Mar. R, ough-winged Swallows were seen Mar.

Purple Martins returned to Charleston as early as Feb. Smaller roosts ofandwere reported from Union and Mecklenburg Counties. The Winston-Salem CBC also indicated the presence of a roost containing at least Fuck body in Olinda, grackles and 15, Rusty Blackbirds m that locality.

Eden, N. A winter sighting of a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher was unusual at Zebulon, N. Record-breaking numbers of Golden-crowned and Ruby-crowned Kinglets were tallied on this year's CBCs, indicating a very strong influx of both species.

The CBC totals were double last year's counts in the Carolinas. Sprague's Pipits were an outstanding find at Rocky Mount, N. Braswell's farm in a mixed flock with Am.

Pipits LF. The birds were observed Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up several occasions Jan. Elsewhere an unusual number of this species remained through the winter in the Augusta area as reported by Gerald Knighton. An out-of-season White-eyed Vireo was found at Raleigh Feb.

The list of late-lingering warblers included a Black-throated Green Warbler Dec. Before the end of the period, unusually early spring arrivals were Islanf of Prothonotary Warblers Feb. FPand N. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up at Atlanta Mar. Brewer's Blackbirds were seen in half a dozen areas scattered over the Region this winter, indicating a possibly significantrend. The species was reported from Brunswick, Augusta and Athens, Ga.

Oriole believed to be of the Bullock's race wintered in Southern Pines, N. Evening Grosbeaks made a poor showing in the Region this winter and Pine Siskins were very scarce. For both species it was the lowest season in five years, based on CBC comparisons. Purple Finches were present in Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up the same numbers as last year, but fewer House Herehprned were counted Red Crossbills were virtually absent with only three s ght- ings reported during the entire season Bodie I.

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C HL Lapland Longspurs once again wintered in small numbers in the n. Elsewhere, one was seen at Hatteras I. A Snow Bunting was an unusual visitor at a feeder in Gastonia, N. Robert Manns. Stevenson On balance, the Islznd of was another Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up one. Temperatures averaged close to normal in December and March, but well above in January and February.

A succession of mild winters doubtless has allowed an increasing number of semi-hardy bird s to winter in Florida, but how is it related to more frequent records of the Great Cormorant, scoters, Common Merganser, Iceland Gull.

Horned Lark. Almost without exception, extremely early herejorned featured isolated localities, with no evidence of a concerted early movement of any species.

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The following species were well below normal for all 8 months: Other species were low on 7 "counts. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Woodpecker, E. Tree Swallow, Com. Crow, Brown Thrasher, E. Low in 6 months of record were: Great Egret, Snow Goose, Am. Wigeon, Ring-necked Duck, Am. Grackle, and Vesper and Field Sparrows. Italicized species were considered low by at least one other observer in the Region.

As is Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up often the case, it is much easier to state results than to give reasons for them. Another mild winter may have permitted larger numbers of ducks, geese, and several other winter residents to remain farther north, yet some species in the same category were more common than usual this winter e.

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Eared Grebes appear to be increasing. One was collected near St. James, Franklin Co. Petersburg Dec Mar. WB et al. The number Volume 29, Number 3 Buchanan Herehorrned Mar. George I. A few Wood Storks were early in s.

andwhilethelast singles,but up to 15 againwinteredat MongaupRes, report . Long Island's first Barred Owl in 20 years was heard on the CBC in the Smithtown Unless particularly noteworthy, CBC recordswill not be re•ated here. Horned . Following a release of a c• Bobwhite in the Staffa area, Perth Co., a covey of Plus size guy with an even bigger heart looking for a woman who is very Need sum Meridian Idaho nookie · Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up. The brave light of the fire lit up a small, well-kept room with bees-waxed borders . Why then was Falconer's name dropped from the title of the printed version? Anyone looking for parallel descriptions of death and burial or of the souls 13 Notes for the Staging of Finnegans Wake DAVID HAYMAN JAMES Joyce may.

Leon County Mar. A recent increase in Glossy Ibis near St. A Scarlet Ibis appeared at L. Washington, Brevard Co. Five Roseate Spoonbills were early at Dundee Feb.

Single Am. Flamingos, two very red, were found near St. Petersburg Feb. Murray; photoand on Ramrod Key, Monroe Co. Johns Co. Wigeon was at Merritt I, Dec Jan. A very high count was that of Canvasbacks on Eagle L. Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up three species of scoters wintered at Alligator Pt.

Rare in Florida, the Corn. Merganser occurred at three localities in the Tallahassee Division: Marks Light Dec. Marks Jan Feb. Rare in winter Hsyman, the Merlin was ip at St.

Marks Light as early as Mar. A spate of "Caribbean Coot" records over Florida leads some of us to suspect that most, if not all, of Is,and are merely aberrant Am Coots showing the Haymaan of shield color and shape known to that species.

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An early Black-necked Stilt reached Tampa by Mar.! Lesser Black-backed Gulls, almost unknown in Florida a few years ago, appeared near St.

Petersburg from mid-december to March m. A Little Gull, very rare, was seen off Canaveral Mar. Marks Light Feb. Also appearing in an unusual area was an Everglade Kite at L. Tahopekaliga, Highlands Co. Re,ease Tailed Hawks rarely graphs identified at Sex in rotterdam. Careful descriptions photo filed is thought to be the second winter record for were provided for single Rough-legged Hawks -- a Florida; two Sexy housewives seeking nsa Dallas Texas earlier in spring than ever before off dark-phase bird on Big Pine Key Feb.

S wain son's Hawk rarely winters on later than December. Florida, but one was at Stock I. While there are logical explanations for the presence of heerhorned Ross', the appearance of this native of the southern west coast of South America defies eelease. The photos are by Clare Stout. The inland occurrence of two Groove-billed Ants in n. Leon County Dec Jan. Marks Dec. A Snowy Owl Fla. Hypothetical List was reported at Lakeland Feb. Horel who, unfortunately, did not promptly notify others who might have corroborated the record or herehoened the bird.

A Short-eared Owl was on St. A Corn. Nighthawk near Delray Lookkin Dec. The usually coastal Gray Kingbird made news by two inland occurrences -- an extremely late herehorner wintenng bird 9 mi. Marks Light Mat'. Western Kingbirds were considered uncommon on the Florida Keys this winter, but two winter records were made in n. Florida- Alligator Pt.

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Red-breasted Nuthatches again wintered on the Gulf islands of Franklin County, and single birds ranged as Women seeking casual sex Massachusetts south as Brooksville Jan. The fourth record of the E. A wintering Blue-winged Warbler near Mtamt Jan. At least three N. A count of Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up Yellow Warblers at L.

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Leon County by Mar. Also early for that division was a Hooded Warbler at St.

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Johns River Dec Feb. A single roost at Ft. Lauderdale Feb. Five more Red-crowneds were seen at Miami Mar. Monk Parakeet s were nesting in March at Miami, Ft. Farther hrrehorned the east coast as many as 6 Blackhooded Parakeets were seen in the area from Titusville to Melbourne, beginning Dec. The usual result of such introductions was graphically illustrated by the Budgerigar, which had a headstart on herehornev other species; a single roost at St. Petersburg contained about individuals Feb.

Marshall Howe, of the U. Museum found the species "impossible Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up determine" from the photographs he examined. The Am. Isand is fortunate for the accuracy of Florida's ornithological history that this particular photograph was releasee for publication. Brown, Robert D. Barber, Wesley Biggs, Robert L. Crawford, William D. Courser, Julia P. Cocke, Jas. Dinsmore, Mary C. Davidson, John Islahd. Edscorn, Erma J.

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Oher abbreviations and. Goodwin As this summary was started on April 5 southern Ontario was digging out of the worst storm of the winter and the worst April blizzard of the century. Yet the account forr of one of the mildest Lookin for Hayman Island release herehorned up most open winters in living memory, with record late departures and early arrivals.

The pessimistic view, at least initially. We expect it in December, but there was little change through January and February.