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From: James Hickner [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2008 4:46 PM
To: Josh Uffman
Subject: American Avocet and other shorebirds at Clarence Cannon NWR - Sept 


Hi Josh! 


I birded several places - Busch CA, Lost Valley Trail, and Clarence Cannon
NWR today. Found very few birds and no migrants or warblers at Lost Valley
Trail, which I thought was strange at this time of year. Also at least half
dozen Rudy-throated Hummingbirds visited feeders at the Busch CA headquarter
building. Also a Yellow-billed Cuckoo, several Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, and
a female Common Yellowthroat in the same area where the painted bunting was
seen at Katy Trail Access. 

At Clarence Cannon NWR, I saw an American Avocet (just one), Lesser
Yellowlegs, a few Semipalmated Sandpipers, some Least Sandpipers (at least
30), at least dozen Stilt Sandpipers, several Pectoral Sandpipers, three
Short-billed Dowitchers, many Killdeers, many American White Pelicans,
Mallards, Green-winged Teals, Blue-winged Teals, and Northern Shovelers.
Most of the birds were seen in the same area near the front and the HQ

A large lake covered much of the King Lake Tract of B.K. Leach just like
last spring. Roads to Bittern Basin and Winfield Slough were closed due to
water over the roads. You may have to cancel the Oct 4 field trip to find
rails and sparrows; however Bittern Basin should be open by then. 


Good birding, 

Jim Hickner 

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