Nebraska Ornithologists' Union

 

Authors

W. Ross Silcock

Date of this Version

9-2008

Citation

“Summer Field Report, June-July 2008” from Nebraska Bird Review (September 2008) 76(3).

Comments

Copyright 2008 Nebraska Ornithologists’ Union. Used by permission.

Abstract

Generally excellent water conditions in the southeast, including the Rainwater Basin, and in the Sandhills resulted in some notable breeding records, such as Eared Grebes in York County. Ducks were numerous in the Sandhills, especially Redhead. These conditions may have encouraged shorebirds to linger; several late spring records were noted.

Three western species were found eastward; Western Wood-Pewee and Cordilleran Flycatcher were not unexpected based on recent records, but a major surprise was a pair of Pygmy Nuthatches in Cherry County.

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