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Hello again,
A few robins in this roadside mix.  
-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Saturday, February 19, 2011 9:23 AM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Your GBBC observation for FEB 18, 2011 in Weybridge, Addison
County, VT

Thank you for entering your observation in this year's Great Backyard Bird
Count.  Below is a report summarizing the bird checklist you submitted.

Here is the information you gave for this observation.

Record ID: S7636343
Email: [log in to unmask]
Email: Weybridge, Addison County, VT
Observation Date : FEB 18, 2011
Start Time: 12:30 PM
Total Birding Time: 15 minutes
Party Size: 1
Skill: excellent
Weather: good
Snow Depth: 14 - 16 in (35.6 - 40.6 cm)
Habitat(s): 
	grassland
	agricultural
	rural
Number of Species: 4
All Reported: yes
Checklist: 
	American Crow - 1
	Horned Lark - 23
	American Robin - 6
	Snow Bunting - 230


Information submitted through February 21, 2011 will be included in online
reports within 60 minutes.  Information submitted after February 21, 2011
will be included in online reports within 2 hours.  To see how your results
fit into the big picture, go to the Great Backyard Bird Count home page
http://www.birdsource.org/gbbc/ and click on "Explore the Results."  If your
bird checklist included unusual species or high numbers of individuals, you
may receive an email from a regional editor requesting more details. 

Thanks for participating in the 2011 Great Backyard Bird Count. Please join
us again for next year's count. Mark your calendars for February 17-20,
2012.

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