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FLORIDABIRDS-L  May 2007, Week 1

FLORIDABIRDS-L May 2007, Week 1

Subject:

Trumpeter Swan

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Wes Biggs <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 4 May 2007 00:35:43 -0400

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Hi All,

Dotty Robbins & I saw the Trumpeter Swan at about 2:30 PM Thursday May
3rd. at the usual spot. If you go to look for the bird & you can't see
it from the main road, drive down the right hand side of the canal to
the bridge that you can see in the distance. We found it just beyond the
bridge.You will need a high clearance vehicle.

Wes Biggs
 Orlando

PS It's a fun bird to see in Florida, but if you keep an ABA life list,
don't even think about counting it. There is no way to tell if the bird
is from an established population. If we knew that the bird was from MI
it would probably be countable...... But, another problem is that I
don't think that ABA has ever explained the rules regarding the
establishment of introduced & reintroduced North American species.

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