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*Vermont

 

*Statewide

7.28.08

 

*VT0403.06

 

This is the Vermont Rare Bird Alert for July 28, 2008 covering the period
July 21 - 27, 2008.  

 

Shorebird migration continues with the sightings of 2 GREATER YELLOWLEGS and
5 LESSER YELLOWLEGS in Middlebury on 7/21, 3 SOLITARY SANDPIPERS in Norwich
on 7/25 and 1 at Lake Pauline on 7/27, 2 SEMIPALMATED SANDPIPERS on Grand
Isle on 7/25, and 2 LEAST SANDPIPERS on Grand Isle on 7/24 and 1 on 7/25.
 
A CASPIAN TERN was seen on Grand Isle on 7/25 and at the Champlain Bridge on
7/27.
 
Two COMMON NIGHTHAWKS were seen and heard in Castleton on 7/25.
 

This weekly Vermont birding report is a service of the Vermont Center for
Ecostudies (VCE).  VCE is a non-profit organization dedicated to the
understanding and conservation of birds and other wildlife.  With a reach
extending from northern New England through the Caribbean to South America,
our work in wildlife research and population monitoring unites people and
science for conservation.  Our offices are located in White River Junction.
Please visit VCE's web site at www.vtecostudies.org . 

 

Please report your sightings of rare or unusual birds to VCE, or email
reports to [log in to unmask]  Better yet, enter your sightings on
Vermont eBird at http://ebird.org/content/vt/.

 

Mary Holland

Chris Rimmer

Kent McFarland

Roz Renfrew

Vermont RBA Compilers,

Vermont Center for Ecostudies (VCE)

802-649-1431