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The field season has kicked off once again, and I spent the past ten days with the 2012 Great Basin Bird Observatory (GBBO) crew around Blythe and Yuma (Cibola and Imperial NWRs). The beginning of the field season is the … Continue reading
As I mentioned in my Beal Lake post, we have had quite a few Short-billed Dowitchers in the area lately. Our first was at the Island STP August 24. The next day, David and I counted 18 on Beal Lake. … Continue reading
I guess I jinxed myself the other day when I said birding has been slow around Lake Havasu. The next morning (August 10), David and I went to the north end of the lake and found an adult Tricolored Heron! … Continue reading
To say I had a busy spring would be an impressive understatement! I continued my part-time job with the City of Lake Havasu, but caved to my desire to get out in the field by working for the Great Basin … Continue reading
I promise I am working on a post to explain my long blogging hiatus. But for right now, I just have to note that our first monsoon storms paid us a visit! On July 3, a thick, dusty haze blocked … Continue reading
Blogging has been put on the back-burner in the past few weeks, due to increased demands from birding, work, and my immune system. I’m starting to get back into the swing of things, though, so here is an update about … Continue reading
Migration is complex in the LCRV. Spring migration begins in January, when swallows and some waterfowl begin to move north. The latest of spring migrants are here in June, which is also when fall shorebird migration begins. November marks the … Continue reading