The same batch of continuing ABA rarities persists into another week, headlined by the ABA 1st record Mistle Thrush in New Brunswick. Nazca Booby (ABA Code 4) and Garganey (4) are still being seen in California and the Sinaloa Wren (5) is still in Arizona. Both Blue Bunting (4) and Tamaulipas Crows […]
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2018-01-09T20:50:25+00:00 January 9th, 2018|
Ah, everybody’s favorite, a brown duck. Fortunately, despite many birders’ seeming thoughts that there aren’t, there are numerous useful ID characters presented in this photo that enable a quick solution to the quiz.
From TEXBIRDS: A Golden-crowned Warbler at Lions Park in Refugio [Texas] seen at 1:40 pm today (1/14). There is a square pavilion about 15 x 15 next to a wood bench in the back of the park near the river. It is in this vicinity low on ground and shrubs. I saw the one here last January and it looks just like it.
A BULLOCK’S ORIOLE is visiting a feeder in southeast Charlotte, Mecklenberg Co, NORTH CAROLINA. There are just shy of 20 records for the state, though they’ve been scarce in recent years. Hosts are welcoming to birders. ... See MoreSee Less
A Nazca Booby Paul Lehman found yesterday in San Diego Bay (CA) has incredibly now become THREE. Paul reports this morning: "Make that three adult boobies all flying together currently in San Diego Bay off the Navy shipyard in National City. Yes, three." ... See MoreSee Less