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Ever wonder what became of the recent Fork-tailed Flycatcher reported by
Simpson on FL's E Coast?


>RECENT NEWS FROM NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA
>____________________________________
>
>Date: 26 October 2000
>
>This report contains bird news of potential interest to European birders.
>The focus is on rarities, and significant passage migration.  Most
>sightings are preliminary, awaiting documentation and assessment.
>
>REPORTS//OBSERVATIONS:
>
>LEGEND:
>         Date format dd.mm; 05.07 = 5 July/juillet.
>         Ind. = individuals.
>         > = present for at least the previous week
>         >> = present for at least the previous two weeks
>         >>> = present for at least the previous month
>         =?= = may still be present (updates requested)
>
>
>**    Fork-tailed Flycatcher (Tyrannus savana) {francais?]
>20.10  1 at Economy for 1 hour
>****************************************************************
>Blake Maybank,
>144 Bayview Drive, White's Lake
>Nova Scotia, B3T 1Z1, Canada
>(902) 852-2077
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]


Jack Dozier
Alligator Pt., FL
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