Monday, August 10, 2009

Neotropic Cormorant and White-faced Ibis - St. Catherine Creek NWR, Natchez MS - 8/5/09

Hi All,

A great, but a bit belated, Neotropic Cormorant and White-faced Ibis report has come from the St. Catherine Creek NWR (Sibley Unit) just south of Natchez MS, on the Mississippi River (and on the far western frontier of the NGR region). This site may be in the area closest to Georgia which can have some good numbers of these birds!

These sightings were made during a shorebird survey and current access to the site may be unavailable or limited.

The MissBird post from Birdingonthe.Net:
http://www.birdingonthe.net/mailinglists/MISS.html#1249876834

As far as I am aware MissBird does not currently have an easily accessible web archive and the current post will eventually roll off of Birdingonthe.Net.

Information on how to join MissBird can be seen on the Mississippi Ornithological Society site at:

http://www.msstate.edu/org/mos/

Good Near Georgia Birding!

Mark

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