Date of this Version
"1983 (Twenty-Sixth) Fall Occurrence Report," from Nebraska Bird Review (March 1984) 52(1).
1983 (TWENTY -SIXTH) FALL OCCURRENCE REPORT
Two hundred sixty-two species, from 10 locations, are listed in this report. Comparable figures for previous years are 269 species from 10 localities in 1982, 277 species from 14 localities in 1981, and 218 (and a possible Veery) from 12 localities in 1980.
The information is presented in a rough west (left) to east (right) order, with locations of about the same longitude listed with the northernmost first. Two dates indicate the first and last records for the period. The symbols are:
JI, Au, Sp, Ot, No, and Dm for the months.
P to indicate a species which is present all of the year, although the same individuals may not be present during the whole year, and the numbers may vary greatly.
S- to indicate a species which arrived before 1 July and was reported on the Spring Occurrence Report (except for Polk, where it was mentioned in June columns).
S-W to indicate much the same thing as P, but where the situation is not always the case.