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Iowa Ornithologists' Union bringing together birders of all skill levels Secure Content Committee Busines Iowa Ornithologists' Union. 1,264 likes · 1 talking about this. A group of amateurs & professionals organized over 80 years ago to encourage interest in the identification, study, and protection of.. IA-BIRD is an opt-in mailing list on Google Groups where members may share information about bird sightings, ask for identification help, and provide details of upcoming events. If you are a group member, simply send an email to: ia-bird@googlegroups.com . To join either visit the group and apply to join or complete the form below Iowa Records Committee Evaluating and maintaining a repository of Iowa rare bird reports A standing committee of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union. Get started; About the Records Committee. Who we are and what we do. Records committees are not the arbiters of personal lists but evaluate the evidence presented to maintain the current status of.

You must be logged in to complete a documentation. If you do not have an account for the Iowa Ornithologists' Union, please create one now.It costs you nothing The statewide birding organization for Iowa The Iowa Ornithologists' Union (IOU) is a non-profit group, organized in 1923 to promote the enjoyment and study of birds. The goals of the IOU are to encourage interest in the identification, study, and protection of birds in Iowa and to unite those who have these interests in common

Contributed. Matt Skretta letter to Iowa Ornitholgoists' Union regarding field notes, March 18, 1985 Letter to members of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union regarding the annual meeting, February 4, 1925 Letter to members of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union regarding the fall bird movement in Iowa Breeding Bird Atlas block research data Record. IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION - Birding Sites in Johnson County Printed on 4/27/2019 Babcock Access GPS Coordinates: 41.7839530715082,-91.7002201080322 Has Site Guide Ownership: State Description: Boat ramp into Hawkeye WMA, but the fields on the way in and the trees can be good Iowa Ornithologists' Union promotional pamphlet printed in 1987. Related Genres: Brochures Printed ephemera: Sort Date: 1987-01-01 - 1987-12-31 People / Organizations: Iowa Ornithologists' Union: Time: Rights: This item is protected by U.S. copyright and/or related rights

[Davenport, etc.] Iowa Ornithologists' Union Collection biodiversity; bhlexpandingaccess Digitizing sponsor IMLS LG-70-15-0138-15 Contributor Iowa Ornithologists' Union Language English Volume v.66:no.2 (1996 Iowa Ornithologists Union. Sign In or Create Account to view assets data lock Unlock financial insights by subscribing to our monthly plan. Subscribe Unlock nonprofit financial insights that will help you make more informed decisions. Try our monthly plan today.. Documentation regarding the spring meeting of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union held in Marshalltown, Iowa, May 17-19, 1985. Includes schedule of events, outline for a proposed newsletter and outline for a proposed new constitution. Brochure containing an Iowa Ornithologists' Union daily field checking list Iowa Ornithologists' Union Mobile Web Application. All of the information you might need at your fingertips when out in the field birding. Recent Bird Sightings. Bird alerts from various sources Iowa Ornithologists' Union; Iowa Ornithologists' Union. W. M. Rosen. Publication Information. Journal: Wilson Bulletin. Volume: 36. Issue: 2 (April-June) Bird Observer; Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club; Bulletin of the Nuttall Ornithological Club; Cleveland Bird Calendar; Condor; Continental Birdlife; Eastern Bird Banding.

Linda Rudolph is a Coralville resident. She is a transplanted New Yorker, who retired from the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics as an inpatient clinical pharmacist. Since retirement she has become an active local birder. Linda currently serves in the Iowa Ornithologists' Union as the Iowa Birds List Serve Co-Administrator Letter to members of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union giving the dates of May 14-15 for the annual meeting. The letter includes members suggestions for naming a state bird of Iowa. It also has a Bird Notes section for bird sighting reports by members. Iowa Ornithologists' Union Rosene, Walter, 1880-194 You must be logged in to complete a documentation. If you do not have an account for the Iowa Ornithologists' Union, please create one now. It costs you nothing Iowa Ornithologists' Union pamphlet Iowa Ornithologists' Union membership application Iowa Ornithologists' Union pamphlet Iowa Ornithologists' Union pamphlet Iowa Ornithologists' Union pamphlet Invitation to Fall Birding Festival in Lansing, Iowa, November 7-9, 2003 Iowa Ornithologists' Union brochure Bulletin (Iowa Ornithologists Union.

Brochure containing an Iowa Ornithologists' Union daily field checking list. Includes a list of birds found in Iowa and a place to record general field notes. Related Genres: Checklists: Sort Date: People / Organizations: Time: Rights: This item is protected by U.S. copyright and/or related rights Documents. Iowa Ornithologists' Union code of ethics adapted from the RSPB Code. Draft of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union code of ethics modeled after the American Birding Association code of ethics. Draft dated May 15, 1993. Constitution of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union approved by vote of the general membership at Marshalltown on 18 May 1985 [Davenport, etc.] Iowa Ornithologists' Union Collection biodiversity; bhlexpandingaccess Digitizing sponsor IMLS LG-70-15-0138-15 Contributor Iowa Ornithologists' Union Language English Volume v.45:no.4 (1975

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IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION - Checklist of the Birds of Fremont County - 308 Species This checklist is provided as a service of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union and is not officially sanctioned by any reviewing body IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION - Checklist of the Birds of Linn County - 323 Species This checklist is provided as a service of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union and is not officially sanctioned by any reviewing body Iowa bird life Item Preview > remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED. EMBED (for wordpress.com hosted blogs and archive.org item <description> tags) Want more? Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! No_Favorite.

Remember me next time. Create Account; Forgot Password; Forgot User Name; © 2021 Iowa Ornithologists' Union.All rights reserved. V 6.0 Spawned by AJEndeavors, LL This Iowa Breeding Bird Atlas II (BBA II) is intended to provide a comprehensive look at the distribution and breeding evidence for Iowa's breeding birds and document changes since the first atlas effort. These data were gathered during a five-year period and so represent a snapshot in time. This publication summarizes atlas findings through. Iowa bird life Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Share to Twitter. Share to Facebook. Share to Reddit. Share to Tumblr. Share to Pinterest. Share via email

The Iowa Ornithologists' Union, founded in 1923, encourages interest in the identification, study, and protection of birds in Iowa and seeks to unite those who have these interests in common. Iowa Bird Life and IOU News are quarterly publications of the Union. OFFICERS OF THE IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS' UNION(Dates indicate end of current term.) Iowa Audubon is an organization of people, corporations and other organizations, including National Audubon Society chapters, all interested in improving bird habitat in Iowa. We are a grass-roots organization that maximizes the use of our collective resources to have the largest impact on habitat issues. Learn More This list of birds of Iowa includes species documented in the U.S. state of Iowa and accepted by the Iowa Ornithologists' Union (IOU). As of July 2020, there are 430 species included in the official list. Of them, 92 are classed as accidental, 25 are classed as casual, eight have been introduced to North America, three are extinct, and one has been extirpated Compilation of sightings data for the Indigo Bunting submitted to the Iowa Ornithologists' Union by members between the years 1964-1983. The document also includes the name of the observer, date and location

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  1. Malcolm McDonald, Iowa City, Iowa The Iowa Ornithologists' Union was organized at Ames, Iowa, February 28, 1923, for the study and protection of native birds and to promote fraternal re-lations among Iowa bird trtudents. The centra) design of the Union's official seal is the Eastern Goldfinch, designate
  2. It's not all corn and beans . . . the Iowa Ornithologists' Union says on its website, acknowledging the perception that the state is one big agricultural field. While corn, soybeans, hogs, and cattle are abundant, Iowa retains forests, prairies, and lakes and wetlands (natural and man-made) that offer fine birding
  3. 'Frozen tundra?blizzard conditions?rethinking our sanity' were some of the comments posted on the Iowa Ornithologists Union website, www.iowabirds.org.By Joe WilkinsonBundled up volunteers who tracked birds in the annual Christmas Bird Count across Iowa faced subzero temperatures and ground blizzard conditions, this past weekend.'Frozen tundra?blizzard conditions?rethinking our sanity' were.
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  5. About Iowa City Bird Club. The Iowa City Bird Club was organized in the mid 1970s as a University of Iowa student organization. Over the years it evolved into a more formal club, not affiliated with the University of Iowa. Our mission is to promote the enjoyment, study, and conservation of birds in their natural habitats
  6. The Bulletin Iowa Ornithologists Union. 1929. 10. 20. Iowa Ornithologists Union Annual Meeting Programs. 1933-1936. 10. 21. Iowa Ornithologists' Union Convention. 1947. 10. 22-23. Letters of Information Issued by the Iowa Ornithologists' Union. 1923-193

Iowa Ornithologists' Union pamphlet: Manuscript, graphic, and printed material Brochures Printed ephemera: Bird watching Ornithology--Societies, etc Wildlife conservation: MS 166 1 6 Iowa Ornithologists' Union membership applicatio Algona, Iowa does not appear on signs until Humboldt, 20 miles away. Algona was the destination of this year's Iowa Ornithologists Union spring meeting where I was presenting the keynote talk. Denny Thompson had made the arrangements on my behalf and the venue where the meeting was being held is the lovely Waters Edge Nature Center, only a. This item was used as supporting documentation for the Iowa Ornithologists' Union Quarterly field report of spring 1982. Ann Mccartan Sernett letter to Thomas H. Kent regarding field notes, May 26, 1982 • Iowa State University • Avian Archives of Iowa Onlin Iowa Ornithologists Union Meeting. October 25, 2010 by Aaron. This past weekend was the IOU 's 2010 Fall meeting, held at Neal Smith National Wildlife Refuge in Jasper County, Iowa. This refuge was largely corn and bean fields when the property was acquired, but has now been restored to native prairie vegetation Iowa bird life.. [Iowa Ornithologists' Union.;] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: or Search WorldCat. Find items in libraries near you.

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  1. IOU: Iowa Ornithologists' Union NOURC: Nebraska Ornithologists' Union Records Committee. Acknowledgement. Photograph (top) of a Crested Caracara held in captivity at Fontenelle Forest's Raptor Recovery near Elmwood, Cass County during fall 2012 after it was captured in Nance Co 14 Jul 2012. Literature Cite
  2. Iowa Ornithologists' Union site with rare bird alerts, Iowa Records Committee, checklists, guide to birding Iowa, IA-BIRD e-mail group, and quizzes. Big Bluestem Audubon Society - Field Trips. All events are free and. open to the public;.Des Moines Audubon - Field Trips;
  3. UID: Common Name: Ruff: Scientific Name: Philomachus pugnax: Species ID # 5229387: Related People: Thietje, Walter C. Sinclair, Jim Related Places: Tabor Hendrickson Marsh Lake Bayard Riverton Wildlife Management Area Mount Ayr Coralville Lake Grimes Red Rock Wildlife Area | NOT Lake Red Rock Harrier Marsh Iowa Forneys Lake Lake Manawa DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge Lewis and Clark State Park.

Iowa State University. Facilities Planning and Management. Topics . Universities and colleges--Landscape architecture--Maintenance and repair Campus planning--Iowa--Ames. Geography . Story County (Iowa) Iowa. Extent . 35 mm. Usage Rights . U.S. and international copyright laws protect this digital image UID: Common Name: Vermilion Flycatcher: Scientific Name: Pyrocephalus rubinus: Species ID # 2483647: Related People: Boersma, Albert Cortelyou, Rushton G. Cortelyou, Grace: Related Places: Sioux Center Rice Lake | Worth County Island View Park Holstein Iowa Sioux County Oak Grove State Park Rock Valley Rock River Orange City Maurice Carter Lake Dallas County Jester Park Rathbun Lake. Iowa State University Historical Maps. Iowa Farmstead Lithographs. Jack Trice. Michael P. Harker Barns. Commencement Photographs. Early LGBT+ Student Life at Iowa State University, 1974-1999. September 29th Movement. Commencement Programs. Paul Errington Comments: There are 10 records from neighboring states; the seven Iowa records include the only regional spring record and one of few for interior North America, documented by B.J. Rose in Fremont Co 15 May 1994; the other six Iowa records are in the period 25 Sep-10 Nov (Kent and Dinsmore 1996, Iowa Ornithologists' Union 2017). The three. IOC World Bird List (v 7.3), accessed 30 January 2018. Einemann, L.L. 1977. A Groove-billed Ani and other birds in Cuming and Dodge Counties. NBR 45: 13-14. Iowa Ornithologists' Union. 2017. Reports of Iowa rare bird records, accessed 15 February 2018. Kiser, M. 1985. Groove-billed Ani. NBR 53: 78-79

published quarterly by the iowa ornithologists1 union vol, xv march, 1945 no. 1 officers of the iowa ornithologists' union president—dr. j. harold ennis, mt. vernon, iowa Iowa Ornithologists' Union. Search Inside This Book: Results For: Click/Shift+Click pages to select for download . zoom out Zoom zoom in. Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. Close Dialog Generate My PDF Review My PDF List View Icon View. Close Dialog Finish Review My PDF Generate My PDF

January 6, 2009 Starting my 2009 Iowa bird list. Posted in Animals, Birds tagged bird list, birding, Birds, Iowa, Iowa Ornithologists' Union, Northern Saw-whet Owl, Northern Shrike, rough-legged hawk at 6:00 am by dpesek. What I look forward to most about a new year is the start of a new Iowa year list of birds The Iowa Ornithologists' Union is a non-profit group organized in 1923 to promote the study and enjoyment of birds. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in birds. Members receive Iowa Bird Life and 1.0.U. News. Spring and fall meetings provide good birding opportunities and a chance to meet fellow birders.. Union Hills attracts birding groups from Clear Lake and Mason City and has been part of tour by the Iowa Ornithologists who were meeting in nearby Ventura. Union Hills was dedicated as a Bird Conservation Area in 2004 for its high-quality habitat supporting grassland birds, wetland birds and migrating shorebirds

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Iowa Wildlife Center. Central Iowa wildlife rescue and rehab organization. This site is created for easy management by staff, volunteers and interns. Nebraska Ornithologists' Union. The official site of the Nebraska Ornithologists' Union, it includes the latest newsletter and membership. Big Bluestem Audubo Iowa Ornithologists' Union currently lists 429 total bird species including the year round residents commonly seen at backyard feeders and the migratory waterfowl and songbirds. Grassland birds such as the Dickcissel (pictured), remain a big draw for out of state birders looking to add to their life lists Fairfield (Iowa) Bird Club Records (MS 386) Iowa Ornithological Association Records (MS 581) Iowa Ornithologists' Union (MS 166) Frederic Leopold Papers (MS 113) Walter M. Rosene, Sr. Papers (MS 589) Once completed, avIAn will present the items as both archival materials and as scientific data, expanding its potential user base Official site of the Nebraska Ornithologists' Union. Find state and county lists of species seen in Nebraska, locations to go birding, birding activities around the state, and information about the foremost birding organization in Nebraska Founded in 1949, SDOU has been South Dakota's primary statewide organization to promote the study of wild birds, to encourage ornithological research, and to preserve the state's avian records. Birders, environmentally-concerned individuals, ornithologists and other natural scientists all contribute to these efforts. Learn more

Title. Iowa bird life . Title Variants. Abbreviated: Iowa bird life Related Titles. Preceded by: Iowa Ornithologists' Union. Bulletin B The Iowa Ornithologists' Union will hold its fall meeting at Fort Madison, IA, Aug. 28-30, on the Mississippi River. Event begins Friday evening with registration and social hour. Multiple filed trips to several different habitats will be conducted on both Saturday & Sunday mornings Iowa Ornithologists Union. Kansas Bird Records Committee. Kentucky Ornithological Society. Louisiana Ornithological Society . Maine Bird Records Committee. Maryland / DC Records Committee . Massachusetts Avian Records Committee Michigan Audubon Society. Minnesota Ornithologists Union . Mississippi Bird Records Committee. Missouri Bird Records. Iowa Links Iowa Association of Naturalists Travel Iowa Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation (Trail Guide Info) Iowa Birds & Birding (Iowa Ornithologists Union) 415 E. Bremer Avenue Waverly, IA 50677. Tel: (319) 352-0340. Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm Closed Saturday & Sunda The American Ornithologists' Union was founded in 1883. Three members of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, Elliott Coues, J. A. Allen, and William Brewster, sent letters to 48 prominent ornithologists inviting them to attend a Convention of American Ornithologists, to be held in New York City, beginning on September 26, 1883, for the purpose of founding an American Ornithologists' Union, upon.

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Where To Find Birds. Nebraska has many varied habitats in which to find birds as well as great web resources for many of these areas. The legend for each area will tell you if more information is available from the Nebraska Birding Trails site or the Nebraska Game and Parks site. Select an area of the state and go birding Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): https://www.biodiversitylibrar... (external link Iowa Bird Life: Volume 26 (4 Issues), Volume 27 (4 Issues), Volume 28 (4 Issues) Volume 29, (4 Issues), Volume 30, (4 Issues) 1956-1960 [Iowa Ornithologists Union] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Iowa Bird Life: Volume 26 (4 Issues), Volume 27 (4 Issues), Volume 28 (4 Issues) Volume 29, (4 Issues), Volume 3 The 1997 Annual Meeting will be held jointly with the South Dakota and Iowa Ornithologists' Unions in South Sioux City, NE 16-18 May. Neal Ratzlaff, President, reported on several items. Funds are being sought to publish the Breeding Bird Atlas for Nebraska. The new NOU Field Cards of Nebraska Birds are ready for distribution. The Wildlife Diversity Funding Initiative is on hold because some. South Dakota Ornithologists' Union. Birders, environmentally-concerned individuals, ornithologists and other natural scientists all contribute to these efforts. Mission: To encourage the study of birds in South Dakota and to promote the study of ornithology by more closely uniting the students of this branch of natural science

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IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS'UNION 2008 78 45 eng 1 . Title: Microsoft Word - Biblio-EndNote (70).xml Created Date: 5/28/2021 2:53:10 PM. The Iowa City Bird Club held its first count on May 14, 1994, when five participants found 86 species. Our club has continued to hold the event annually, even after the nationwide program was discontinued. Rick Hollis was the compiler for the first three years, and Chris Caster has held that role since 1997. Participation continues to grow and. Note: See also the National Audubon Society list of State and Provincial Chapters States Alabama Alabama Ornithological Society Journal: Alabama Birdlife Newsletter: The Yellowhammer Alaska Western Field Ornithologists Journal: Western Birds Arizona Arizona Bird Committee Arkansas Arkansas Audubon Society Newsletter: Arkansas Birds California Western Field Ornithologists Journal: Western Birds.

Drupal-Biblio 17 Dinsmore, Stephen J Least Terns nesting in central Iowa IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS'UNION 2006 76 210 eng Ornithological Societies of North America - links to the American Ornithologists Union (AOU), the Association of Field Ornithologists (AFO), the Waterbird Society, the Cooper Ornithological Society (COS), the Wilson Ornithological Society (WOS), and the Raptor Research Foundation (RRF). The British Ornithological Union - Home of The Ibi IOWA ORNITHOLOGISTS'UNION 2006 76 57 eng 1 . Title: Microsoft Word - Biblio-EndNote (81).xml Created Date: 5/28/2021 6:33:52 PM. Bird Friendly Iowa. A partnership between the City of Marion, Friends of Marion Parks and Iowa BIG has resulted in Marion being designated a Bird Friendly Iowa community. Marion is proud to contribute to the creation and preservation of wildlife and bird habitat in our community. Through this initiative, Marion is also increasing advocacy for.

jointly with The Iowa Ornithologists' Union and The South Dakota ornithologists' Union in South Sioux City, NE. in May (dates not set) . There was some discussion about having a hospitality room to encourage mixing of the three groups. The 1996 Fall Field Days will be held at the Nebraska National Forest near Halsey on the firs Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): http://www.biodiversitylibrary... (external link

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Title. 1961 Bomb. 1961 Bomb - Iowa State University Yearbook. 1961. U.S. and international copyright laws protect this digital image. Commercial use or distribution of the image is not permitted without prior permission of the copyright holder x Address delivered at the thirty-fourth Stated Meeting of the American Ornithologists' Union, Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 14, 1916. The accompanying plate is from a photograph , taken in November, 1004. • e Dictionary of Birds. pp. 549-550, 1896 Cook Book : Choice and Tested Recipes Furnished by the Ladies of Redfield, Iowa. Pella's Choicest Cooking Recipes. Sinclair's Fidelity Meats. Indian Corn as Human Food. Suffrage Cook Book. Mrs. Welch's Cook Book. Tested Recipes : The Keosauqua Cook Book and Business Directory. Flint Hills Cook Book. Cook Book The Turkey Vulture Festival is a family-friendly summer event held at our local Turkey Vulture roosting spot; the Coralville Reservoir Dam. Large groups of TVs gather to sit and sun themselves on the rocks of the dam. Our festival celebrates the scavenger's important role in nature and their peaceful soaring flight Betty Grenon, Treasurer, reported that NOU has 240 members. George Brown, Past President, reported on plans for the 1996 Annual Meeting to be held in Kearney, NE on May 17-19. Bill Huser, Vice President, announced that the 1997 Annual Meeting will be held jointly with The Iowa Ornithologists' Union and The South Dakota Ornithologists' Union in South Sioux City, NE. in May (dates not set)

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Arizona Bird Committee. Arkansas Audubon Society. California Bird Records Committee. Colorado Field Ornithologists. Connecticut Ornithological Association. Delmarva Ornithological Society. Idaho Birds. Indiana Audubon Society. Iowa Ornithologists' Union Iowa Ornithologists' Union Nebraska Ornithologists' Union North Dakota Birding Society. American Birding Association . Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology Temporal Trends in Spring First Arrival Dates This 2nd State Record Arctic Tern found by Jeffrey S. Palmer and Robb F. Schenck was photographed along the west side of the Oahe Dam Tailrace on. This book is a compilation of 100 of the articles that were published in the Des Moines Register from 1982 to 1992. The profits from the sale of the book will support Conservancy projects to protect and preserve the Iowa bird habitats described in the book. The author's locale is Pleasantville, a small town southeast of Des Moines in the area around Lake Red Rock, which is between Pella and. The Society of Canadian Ornithologists, or Société des Ornithologistes du Canada, is an ornithological non-profit organization serving Canada's ornithological community. It was founded in 1983, and is a member of the Ornithological Council.. The goals of the Society are to encourage and support research towards the understanding and conservation of Canadian birds, serve as a professional.

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  3. DESOTO NWR RECORDS. First recorded observations of six species of birds were made at DeSoto NWR in 1979: 1. Snowy Egret. Seen 10 May in the old Missouri River channel marsh in Harrison Co., Iowa (about 300 yards from the Iowa-Nebraska boundary line). Observer, D. Menke. 2. Hungarian Partridge. Small flock seen 20 and 28 January in the fields near the Refuge's west boundary in Harrison Co.
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