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Cortelyou, "The Spring 1993 Occurrence Report," from Nebraska Bird Review (September 1993) 61(3).
Three hundred one species, plus the possibility that the Traill's Flycatchers reported by Mrs. Ott in Cuming and Lancaster counties included both Alder and Willow Flycatchers, and that the Empidonax sp. included species not specificallv reported, were reported from 41 counties.
Dixon, one species, shown as a note in the Dakota column. Jan and Richard Johnson had a Black-throated Sparrow at their feeder in Wakefield from Ja 2 to early March.
Dodge, 31 species, Larry Einemann, reporter, one date reported: My 30. These are shown in the Cuming Co. column as "d".
Douglas, includes Sarpy, which see.
Deuel, 89 species. Richard C. Rosche, reporter. Dorothy J. Rosche, four dates reported: Mr 21, Ap 29, My 27 and 28.
Frontier, 18 species, Richard C. Rosche, reporter. Dorothy J. Rosche, two dates: Ap 11 and 12. Mr. Rosche commented that there was a large roost, containing about 110 birds, near Curtis, and they saw an almost complete albino Cliff Swallow My 28.
Garden, 113 species, Richard C. Rosche, reporter, Dorothy J. Rosche, Bruce L. and Donna J. Walgren, first date reported Mr 4.
Gosper, 39 species, Richard C. Rosche, reporter, Dorothy J. Rosche, two dates reported, Mr 5 and Ap 11.