Michigan RBA--30 June 2005

Jonathan Wuepper wuepperj at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 30 07:10:22 EDT 2005


--RBA

*Michigan
*Statewide
*June 30th, 2005
*MIST063005
-Transcript

hotline: Michigan
number: 269/471-4919
to report: 269-556-9510 or wuepperj at hotmail.com
compiled: 30 Jun 2005
compiler: Jon Wuepper

REVIEW SPECIES MENTIONED, signified by “*”
Send documentation to Adam Byrne, 11771 Rachel LN, DeWitt, MI., 48820.

EURASIAN COLLARED DOVE* [ACCIDENTAL] (Berrien County)
EURASIAN COLLARED DOVE* x RINGED TURTLE DOVE* hybrid (Berrien County)
CHUCK-WILL’S-WIDOW* [ACCIDENTAL] (Berrien County)

Additional species:

Willet (Berrien County)
Marbled Godwit (Berrien County)
Wilson’s Phalarope (Muskegon County)
Yellow-throated Warbler (Lenawee County)
Dickcissel (Berrien, Cass, Wayne, Sanilac, Saginaw, Livingston cos)

This is the Michigan Statewide Bird Report for Thursday, June 30th 2005. It 
is sponsored by Wild Bird Outfitters, located on Wilson Avenue in 
Grandville.

In BERRIEN COUNTY, as of June 25th, at least 1 EURASIAN COLLARED DOVE*, and 
1 EURASAIN COLLARED DOVE* x RINGED TURTLE DOVE* hybrid remained at the 
village park in Three Oaks. This park is located on the corner of US-12 (Ash 
Street) and Elm Street. As of June 26th, the CHUCK-WILL’S-WIDOW* was still 
being heard, along Jones Road, near its intersection at Long Lake Road, and 
along True Road, just west of M-140. Single WILLETS have been reported at 
Warren Dunes State park on June 24th (Rex Hubbard, Kevin Thomas) 27th (Rex 
Hubbard)& 28th (Brad Anderson). These observations have taken place along 
the parks north shoreline at Lake Michigan. On June 24th, a MARBLED GODWIT 
was seen with the WILLET, among a gull flock.

DICKCISSELS seem to have become quite widespread over the Southern Lower 
Peninsula. Reports this week from: BERRIEN, CASS, WAYNE, SANILAC, SAGINAW 
and LIVINGSTON COUNTIES.

In MUSKEGON COUNTY at the Muskegon Wastewater Facility, adult and chick 
WILSON’S PHALAROPES have been seen, most recently on June 25th.

In LENAWEE COUNTY, June 26th, at Indian Crossing Trails Park, a 
YELLOW-THROATED WARBLER was reported by Darren O’Brien.


The next scheduled update of this report will be on Thursday, July 7th, 
2005. To report your sightings, please leave a message at the sound of the 
tone or call Jon Wuepper at 269-556-9510. Thanks for calling and good 
birding.


MICHIGAN BIRDS & NATURAL HISTORY, Volume 12, Number 2 (whole number 54)
(A publication of the Michigan Audubon Society, Jim Granlund, editor)
**Volume 12, Number 2** Is OUT NOW! This issue includes the Michigan Bird 
Survey: FALL 2004, among other papers and short notes.

Papers, short-notes, photographs submitted by the Michigan birding community 
are encouraged! Contact Jim Granlund, editor, granlund at chartermi.net

SUBSCRIPTIONS: $25/1 year (5 issues); $5 single issue. (Subscription covers 
current calendar year.)
Contact <http://www.michiganaudubon.org/mbnh/mbnh_home.html>

Michigan Audubon Society, 6011 West St. Joseph Hwy, Suite 403. P.O. Box 
80527. Lansing, MI. 48908-0527
(Tel: 517-886-9144)

Also of interest

Michigan Bird Records Committee website: 
http://www.umd.umich.edu/dept/rouge_river/MBRChome.html

“North American Birds”, a quarterly journal, published by the American 
Birding Association: http://americanbirding.org/publications/nabgen.htm




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