[nfc-l] NFCs Week of 8/26 through 9/2

2016-09-06 Thread John Kearney
Hi Jerald and all,

Thanks for sharing your monitoring results. I look forward to your next
report. 

As for your strange call, it is indeed strange; very high frequency. I
wonder if it is a bird at all. It is almost mouse like.

John

 

John Kearney

Carleton, Nova Scotia


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[nfc-l] NFCs Week of 8/26 through 9/2

2016-09-03 Thread Jerald
Hello all,

Starting this week I have begun keeping a spreadsheet of all of my NFCs.
Through the past week I have had a total of 157 calls, with an estimated 53
individual birds. Below are the numbers per night, as well as the numbers
per species (estimated individuals in parentheses). The most common bird
this week was Veery. I was unable to record on two nights due to technical
issues.

8/26 4
8/27 No data
8/28 3
8/29 No data
8/30 2
8/31 0
9/1 45
9/2 103

American Redstart 7(4)
Northern Waterthrush 7(3)
Ovenbird 16(6)
Warbler Sp. 27(9)
Veery 71(23)
Bobolink 4(3)
Green Heron 2(2)
Dickcissel 1(1)
Bird Sp. 19
Upland Sandpiper 1(1)
Least Sandpiper 2(1)

Jerald

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