Nebraska Ornithologists' Union

 

Date of this Version

9-2002

Citation

Nebraska Bird Review (September 2002) 70(3).

Comments

Copyright 2002, Nebraska Ornithologists' Union. Used by permission.

Abstract

White-winged Crossbill: The remarkable winter influx persisted into the summer period, with one seen in Omaha- the last at the observer's feeders- on 1 June (NR), and a female identified as late as 20 June at a Bassett feeder where none had showed since 9 June (CH). These sightings signify record late spring dates (although there are a few isolated summer records); both locations had hosted significant wintering flocks.

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