To that point…

I don’t fully understand how a Gyrfalcon in winter (in the Lower 48), or any 
falcon in winter for that matter, is considered a “sensitive species” such that 
it gets blocked by eBird.

Snowy Owls actually make more sense to block over a Gyrfalcon, any day. Way too 
much stress is put on them, at least for those which show up closer to more 
densely populated cities.

Any thoughts on changing Gyrfalcon in eBird? Reasons?

Thanks!

Sincerely,
Chris




On Jan 19, 2018, at 8:42 AM, Gary Kohlenberg 
<jg...@cornell.edu<mailto:jg...@cornell.edu>> wrote:

I'll echo this appeal, please post to the list serve. We have to go old-school 
again with Ebird blocking some sightings.

Gary

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Birders,

If anyone can offer an update on the Gyrfalcon I would greatly appreciate it. 
I'm planning on heading that way tomorrow

Thank you!


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