Friday, July 2, 2010

The Near Georgia Report* - Friday Weekly Summary - 7/2/10

The Near Georgia Report* - Friday Weekly Summary - 7/2/10
26 June - 2 July, species reported by NGR post date and state:

Long-billed Curlew - 6/30 - FL
Black-billed Cuckoo - 6/30 - NC
Black-capped Petrel - 6/29 - NC
Greater Shearwater - 6/29 - NC
Leach's Storm-Petrel - 6/29 - NC
Band-rumped Storm-Petrel - 6/29 - NC
Red Crossbill - 6/26 - NC
Western Kingbird - 6/26 - NC

Friday Weekly Summary posts provide a weekly update, and let you know, even if there are no NGR birds reported in a given week, that The NGR is alive, well, and still on the job! NGR weeks always start on Saturdays! :^)

THIS WEEK'S NOTES AND HIGHLIGHTS: Nest-building Red Crossbills are always nice! The summer rare bird doldrums continue to intensify in the southeastern U.S. The Florida RBA has still not reported a bird since the first North American (if accepted) RED-LEGGED THRUSH seen and photographed on 5/31 (that bird should suffice for the rest of the year however!) ;^)

Good Near Georgia Birding!

Mark

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