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30 Jul CrestedCaracara spotted [Alana Gabriel ]
29 Jul Re: Fwd: No Common Eider this morning 7/29 [Dan Fox ]
29 Jul Fwd: No Common Eider this morning 7/29 [David Dister ]
29 Jul No Common Eider this morning 7/29 [Mark W ]
28 Jul Common Eider at Ludington Harbor - NO [Patrick Wright ]
28 Jul Fwd: Re: Common Eider at Ludington Harbor [Brian ]
28 Jul Eider Species Ludington Harbor 7/28 [Mark W ]
28 Jul Blue Grosbeak -- Washtenaw Co. [Cody Porter ]
25 Jul National Ornithological Society in Michigan [Bruce Cohen ]
22 Jul American Avocets at Ludington Harbor [Mark W ]
22 Jul Avocets, Manistee [Brian ]
21 Jul Crested Caracara in Munising- No 7/21 ["mjhubrr.aol.com via birdnet" ]
21 Jul Crested Caracara in Munising- No 7/21 []
16 Jul Re: Crested caracara still present Fri, 7-15-16, 2:00pm [Mark W ]
16 Jul Re: Crested Caracara 7/14/16 6:45p [Mark W ]
15 Jul Crested caracara still present Fri, 7-15-16, 2:00pm [Tanya Smythe ]
14 Jul Crested Caracara 7/14/16 6:45p [Tom Tanya Smythe ]
11 Jul Crested Caracara seen today AM Monday July 11, 2016. [Robert Pettit ]
10 Jul Created Caracara update 7-10 at 1:00 PM ["Mark Hubinger via birdnet" ]
10 Jul Created Caracara update 7-10 at 1:00 PM [Mark Hubinger ]
09 Jul Crested Caracara Yes! [Warren Whaley ]
8 Jul Re: Delta Slaty-backed Gull? [Gordon Green ]
08 Jul Delta Slaty-backed Gull? [Warren Whaley ]
7 Jul Re: Crested Caracara continues 7/7 [Mary Martin ]
7 Jul Re: Crested Caracara continues 7/7 [Mark Hubinger ]
6 Jul Re: Crested Caracara [Jim VanAllen ]
6 Jul Crested Caracara [Mike Petrucha ]
06 Jul Crested Caracara Alger Co. YES [Marc Miedema ]
5 Jul Created Caracara [Macklin Smith ]
05 Jul Re: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4 [Beth Olson ]
4 Jul Fwd: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4 [Gerald Ziarno ]
4 Jul Caracara, Munising, present 1:19pm, 4 July [Mike Sefton ]
4 Jul Re: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4 [Vikki Jones ]
4 Jul Re: Mich-listers Digest, Vol 3082, Issue 1 []
4 Jul Blue Grosbeak - Monroe Co - 7-4 [Patrick Wright ]
4 Jul Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4 [Rick Brigham ]
3 Jul Crested Caracara: 12:30pm [Elliot Nelson ]
3 Jul Re: Please keep updating on Crested Caracara [Elliot Nelson ]
3 Jul Please keep updating on Crested Caracara [Rick Brigham ]
3 Jul Western Sandpiper -Pte le Barbe [David Powell ]
3 Jul Caracara, continuing [Brian Allen ]
2 Jul Re: Caracara [Jo Willson ]
2 Jul Caracara [Scott Terry ]
02 Jul Western Meadowlark @ Chathum Sewage 7/2 [Marc North ]
2 Jul Crested Caracara - Yes [Samantha Thompson ]
1 Jul Re: CRESTED CARACARA- Alger County 7/1/16 [Mark Hubinger ]
1 Jul Re: CRESTED CARACARA- Alger County 7/1/16 [Mark Hubinger ]
25 Jun Tricolored Heron, Snowy Egret Pointe Mouillee [Karl Overman ]
14 Jun Loggerhead Shrike, Alger County [scott hickman ]
9 Jun Re: Bell's Vireo - Yes 6/8 [Elliot Nelson ]
08 Jun Bell's Vireo - Yes 6/8 [Marc North ]
8 Jun Re: Bell's Vireo - indeed! Portage Marsh - Escanaba- update [Mark Hubinger ]
8 Jun Bell's Vireo - Delta Co - Yes [Patrick Wright ]
7 Jun Re: Bell's Vireo - continues Portage Marsh ["J.D. Phillips" ]
7 Jun Willet (1) & Cattle Egret (4) - Bay City SRA, Bay County - 6/7/16 [Joseph Soehnel ]
04 Jun Re: Oystercatcher HOAX [Marc North ]
4 Jun Re: Oystercatcher HOAX [Patrick Wright ]
4 Jun Oystercatcher HOAX [Elliot Nelson ]
4 Jun 2nd Hand: American Oystercatcher Muskegon County [Elliot Nelson ]
1 Jun Bobwhite Monroe County [Karl Overman ]
29 May L. Shrike, Washtenaw, Sun., May 29, 3:05pm [Mike Sefton ]
29 May Loggerhead info [Marc North ]
29 May Loggerhead Shrike - Washtenaw Co. 5/29 [Marc North ]
29 May Black Vulture, Washtenaw Co [Macklin Smith ]
29 May Re: Summer Tanager Wayne Co. [Steve Santner ]
29 May Eura Tree Sparrow continues 5/29 Whitefish Pt [Skye Haas ]
29 May Eura Tree Sparrow continues 5/29 Whitefish Pt [Skye Haas ]
28 May Marbled Godwit at Fish Point, Tuscola County [Allen Chartier ]
27 May Summer Tanager Wayne Co. [Karl Overman ]
27 May Kentucky Warbler Washtenaw Co. 5/27 [Marc North ]
25 May Franklin's Gulls - Muskegon County [Laurence Burke ]
24 May Tuscola County, Fish Point, Ruff relocated [Jim VanAllen ]
21 May Alger co Lark Bunting - NO [Patrick Wright ]
20 May Willet Houghton Lake [Karl Overman ]
19 May Arenac County AuGres Loggerhead Shrike Continues [Richard Yarsevich ]
19 May Loggerhead shrike [philip odum ]

Subject: CrestedCaracara spotted
From: Alana Gabriel <aggie.101010 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2016 10:19:41 -0400
The Northern Crested Caracara was seen at 8:50am at the mouth of the Anna
River in Munising. It flew over the park area/fishing dock & was list sight
of at the lake shore area behind the paper mill.

It was also spotted Friday evening at 7:30pm at the same location.

Alana
Subject: Re: Fwd: No Common Eider this morning 7/29
From: Dan Fox <dfoxmi AT gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 18:13:48 -0400
There was one in Muskegon two winters ago. It was well reported on ebird. 

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jul 29, 2016, at 3:26 PM, David Dister  wrote:
> 
> I also checked Ludington Harbor from 9:15 to 10:15 AM, and then the
> Ludington Pumped Storage Reservoir and outlet area, both without any sign
> of the Common Eider.
> 
> Correction: this bird appears to be the *2nd *LP record, with the 1st
> record of a bird seen in Monroe County (Pte. Mouillee SGA) during the
> summer of 2003.
> 
> Dave Dister
> Ludington
> 
> 
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Mark W 
> Date: Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 9:13 AM
> Subject: [Mich-listers] No Common Eider this morning 7/29
> To: mich-listers AT envirolink.org
> 
> 
> Checked Ludington Harbor for the Common Eider from 7:30 til 8:30 AM with no
> luck.
> 
> Mark Wloch
> Ludington, MI
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Subject: Fwd: No Common Eider this morning 7/29
From: David Dister <david.dister AT gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 15:26:50 -0400
I also checked Ludington Harbor from 9:15 to 10:15 AM, and then the
Ludington Pumped Storage Reservoir and outlet area, both without any sign
of the Common Eider.

Correction: this bird appears to be the *2nd *LP record, with the 1st
record of a bird seen in Monroe County (Pte. Mouillee SGA) during the
summer of 2003.

Dave Dister
Ludington


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From: Mark W 
Date: Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 9:13 AM
Subject: [Mich-listers] No Common Eider this morning 7/29
To: mich-listers AT envirolink.org


Checked Ludington Harbor for the Common Eider from 7:30 til 8:30 AM with no
luck.

Mark Wloch
Ludington, MI
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Subject: No Common Eider this morning 7/29
From: Mark W <markwloch72 AT gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 09:13:25 -0400
Checked Ludington Harbor for the Common Eider from 7:30 til 8:30 AM with no
luck.

Mark Wloch
Ludington, MI
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Subject: Common Eider at Ludington Harbor - NO
From: Patrick Wright <wrigh1pr AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2016 20:12:46 -0400
Could not relocate just now

On Thursday, July 28, 2016, Brian  wrote:

>
>
>
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject:        Re: Common Eider at Ludington Harbor
> Date:   Thu, 28 Jul 2016 13:19:07 -0400
> From:   David Dister >
> To:     Dave Dister >
>
>
>
> P.S. The time last seen was actually about 9:40 a.m.
>
> On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 1:13 PM, David Dister  
> >> wrote:
>
>     Birders,
>
>     Early this morning around 8:10 a.m. Van Burmeister found and
>     photographed a female or immature *Common Eider *at Ludington
>     Harbor, near the inside bend of the south breakwater. He contacted
>     Mark Wloch who later was able to find the bird off the north end of
>     the south breakwater before it was flushed by a pleasure boat (see
>     photos). The bird was last seen flying over to the north breakwater
>     about 10:40 a.m., and hasn't been re-located yet.
>
>     This appears to be the *first summer record* for this eider in the
>     Lower Peninsula. Note that the head feathering extends down to the
>     nostril, which is diagnostic. Strangely, the much more likely King
>     Eider has yet to be recorded in Mason County.
>
>     Congratulations to Van for his early birding, which proved to be
>     rewarding !
>
>     Dave
>
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Subject: Fwd: Re: Common Eider at Ludington Harbor
From: Brian <manisteebirder AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2016 13:46:44 -0400


-------- Forwarded Message --------
Subject: 	Re: Common Eider at Ludington Harbor
Date: 	Thu, 28 Jul 2016 13:19:07 -0400
From: 	David Dister 
To: 	Dave Dister 



P.S. The time last seen was actually about 9:40 a.m.

On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 1:13 PM, David Dister > wrote:

    Birders,

    Early this morning around 8:10 a.m. Van Burmeister found and
    photographed a female or immature *Common Eider *at Ludington
    Harbor, near the inside bend of the south breakwater. He contacted
    Mark Wloch who later was able to find the bird off the north end of
    the south breakwater before it was flushed by a pleasure boat (see
    photos). The bird was last seen flying over to the north breakwater
    about 10:40 a.m., and hasn't been re-located yet.

    This appears to be the *first summer record* for this eider in the
    Lower Peninsula. Note that the head feathering extends down to the
    nostril, which is diagnostic. Strangely, the much more likely King
    Eider has yet to be recorded in Mason County.

    Congratulations to Van for his early birding, which proved to be
    rewarding !

    Dave


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Subject: Eider Species Ludington Harbor 7/28
From: Mark W <markwloch72 AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2016 11:12:02 -0400
  Saw and photographed a possible female Common Eider just outside the
south breakwater at Ludington Harbor this morning.  It was spooked by a
pleasure boat and flew to outside the north pier.  Posted photos on my
blog.

http://mostlybirdsbutnotalways.blogspot.com/2016/07/eider-species-ludington-harbor-72816.html 


   Email me if my ID is incorrect.

Mark Wloch
Ludington, MI
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Subject: Blue Grosbeak -- Washtenaw Co.
From: Cody Porter <empidonaxdvg AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2016 08:32:08 -0400
All,

I'm currently enjoying the company of a singing male Blue Grosbeak in the 
Sharonville SGA. Specifically, this bird is in the grassland on Sharon Valley 
Rd. north of Lamb Rd. A small parking lot is just northwest of where Lamb Rd. 
runs into Sharon Valley Rd. 


>From the parking lot, you'll see a large grassland to the east (a few 
Henslow's are still singing here). Walk east across the grassland to a small 
line of trees. The bird (a first summer male) is singing in this line of trees. 


Good birding,
-Cody Porter

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Subject: National Ornithological Society in Michigan
From: Bruce Cohen <brcohen50 AT comcast.net>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2016 03:14:02 +0000 (UTC)

Birders, 




I am posting this on behalf of Jen Owen, associate professor at MSU. I have 
received permission from Karl to post this even though there is no rare bird 
information. Thanks Karl 





Bruce Cohen 







Hi MI Birders! Next year at this time we will be hosting the national 
ornithological society meetings here at MSU!!! For that meeting we will have 
organized field trips that may be 1/2, full, or 2 day(s). We want to pick the 
best places for this time of year and we need help over next couple weeks 
getting people out birding at these places and then either reporting via eBird 
or sending us the species list. Here are some of our top sites (we already have 
a KIWA covered). Let us know if there are other places you recommend as well. 
Please email lists to me at owenj AT msu.edu. 


Thank you! 

Pointe Mouillee SGA 
Waterloo State Recreation Area/Pinckney Rec Area 
Whitefish point 
Seney NWR 
Allegan State Game Area 
Ottawa National Wildlife Refuge 
Shiawassee NWR 
Saginaw Bay 
Au Sable State Forest 
Tawas Point 
Maple River 
Sleeping Bear Dunes 




Jen C. Owen, Ph. D. 

Associate Professor 

Department of Fisheries and Wildlife 

13 Natural Resources Bldg 

480 Wilson Road 

Michigan State University 

East Lansing, MI 48824 



Phone: 517.432.4264 (email preferred) 

Fax: 517.432.1699 

Email: owenj AT anr.msu.edu 
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Subject: American Avocets at Ludington Harbor
From: Mark W <markwloch72 AT gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2016 19:30:40 -0400
  Dave Dister alerted me to 16 American Avocets at Ludington Harbor this
afternoon.  They were last seen flying south at 5:20 PM.  Photos posted at

http://mostlybirdsbutnotalways.blogspot.com/2016/07/ludington-avocets-72216.html 


Mark Wloch
Ludington, MI
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Subject: Avocets, Manistee
From: Brian <manisteebirder AT gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Jul 2016 08:32:06 -0400
Just got a call from Linda Scribner that she found a large group of 19 
Avocets now at 5th Ave. Beach in Manistee.

BA

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Subject: Crested Caracara in Munising- No 7/21
From: "mjhubrr.aol.com via birdnet" <birdnet AT upbirders.org>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 12:23:35 -0400
Three of our friends tried for an hour and a half this morning, trying to find 
the C. C. with no luck, searching around the Anna River mouth area. I'll be in 
town this afternoon and will give it another look. So, more later. 


Mark & Joanie Hubinger
Subject: Crested Caracara in Munising- No 7/21
From: mjhubrr AT aol.com
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2016 12:23:35 -0400
Three of our friends tried for an hour and a half this morning, trying to find 
the C. C. with no luck, searching around the Anna River mouth area. I'll be in 
town this afternoon and will give it another look. So, more later. 


Mark & Joanie Hubinger
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Subject: Re: Crested caracara still present Fri, 7-15-16, 2:00pm
From: Mark W <markwloch72 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2016 19:56:16 -0400
The Crested Caracara was present at the boatlaunch at the mouth of the Anna
River from 8:50 to 10:20 this morning, Tried to post from the field but my
phone wanted no part of it,  Posted photos of it and the Gaylord Snowy Owl
on my blog.

http://mostlybirdsbutnotalways.blogspot.com/2016/07/crested-caracara-and-snowy-owl-7162016.html 


Mark Wloch
Ludington

On Fri, Jul 15, 2016 at 11:21 PM, Tanya Smythe  wrote:

> We saw the subject bird again today, dismantling what looked like a rabbit
> or hare carcass, from 1:15 to 2:00pm in the mowed field just East of the
> boat launch at the Anna River mouth. Since no one else reported it to the
> list, we thought we should, hence this late post.
>
> Tom and Tanya Smythe
>
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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara 7/14/16 6:45p
From: Mark W <markwloch72 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 16 Jul 2016 09:23:12 -0400
Caracara present at 9:00 am, 7/16

On Thursday, July 14, 2016, Tom Tanya Smythe  wrote:
> Feeding actively in Neenah Paper Factory lawn on west side of river
inside fence.  Easily visible near fire hydrant next to road.
>
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Subject: Crested caracara still present Fri, 7-15-16, 2:00pm
From: Tanya Smythe <t_smythe AT att.net>
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2016 23:21:15 -0400
We saw the subject bird again today, dismantling what looked like a rabbit or 
hare carcass, from 1:15 to 2:00pm in the mowed field just East of the boat 
launch at the Anna River mouth. Since no one else reported it to the list, we 
thought we should, hence this late post. 


Tom and Tanya Smythe

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Subject: Crested Caracara 7/14/16 6:45p
From: Tom Tanya Smythe <t_smythe AT att.net>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2016 19:33:29 -0400
Feeding actively in Neenah Paper Factory lawn on west side of river inside 
fence. Easily visible near fire hydrant next to road. 


Thanks.
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Subject: Crested Caracara seen today AM Monday July 11, 2016.
From: Robert Pettit <redknot AT earthlink.net>
Date: Mon, 11 Jul 2016 11:04:33 -0400
Tom Heatley, Jim Fowler, Andy Parsons, and Bob Pettit saw CRCA from 10 am to 
10:56 am. 

Bird in dead tree nearest main road. Red-wing Blackbird harassing CRCA. It flew 
east and was resighted in tall tree. It returned to dead tree. Now flew 
southeast. Should return. 

Local folks have seen it and are surprised birders are here. Talk with locals 
please. Share photos. 


Cheers,
Bob

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> On Jul 10, 2016, at 1:05 PM, Mark Hubinger  wrote:
> 
> Karl Overman is presently observing the Crested Caracara at the Anna River 
mouth, along the waterfront, east side of Munising city limits. The bird has 
been moving around from inside the Paper Mill fenced area to the east side of 
the cut field (100 yards east of the drive to the Anna River mouth/fishing 
dock). 

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Subject: Created Caracara update 7-10 at 1:00 PM
From: "Mark Hubinger via birdnet" <birdnet AT upbirders.org>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2016 13:05:06 -0400
Karl Overman is presently observing the Crested Caracara at the Anna River 
mouth, along the waterfront, east side of Munising city limits. The bird has 
been moving around from inside the Paper Mill fenced area to the east side of 
the cut field (100 yards east of the drive to the Anna River mouth/fishing 
dock). 


Mark Hubinger 

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Subject: Created Caracara update 7-10 at 1:00 PM
From: Mark Hubinger <mjhubrr AT aol.com>
Date: Sun, 10 Jul 2016 13:05:06 -0400
Karl Overman is presently observing the Crested Caracara at the Anna River 
mouth, along the waterfront, east side of Munising city limits. The bird has 
been moving around from inside the Paper Mill fenced area to the east side of 
the cut field (100 yards east of the drive to the Anna River mouth/fishing 
dock). 


Mark Hubinger 

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Subject: Crested Caracara Yes!
From: Warren Whaley <wrwhaley AT charter.net>
Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2016 08:39:25 -0400
Visible now in bare tree near outhouse.
Warren Whaley

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Subject: Re: Delta Slaty-backed Gull?
From: Gordon Green <chippersbirds AT comcast.net>
Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2016 19:41:02 -0400
Several on the North American Gulls FB page is calling it a Great Lakes Gull 
(GBBGxHERG). 


https://www.facebook.com/groups/nagulls/?multi_permalinks=1096004027112483¬if_t=group_highlights¬if_id=1468007306602082 



Gordon Green

On Jul 8, 2016, at 7:31 PM, Warren Whaley  wrote:

> Anyone have info on the Slaty-backed Gull reported on ebird July 5 at Fayette 
State Park? 

> 
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Subject: Delta Slaty-backed Gull?
From: Warren Whaley <wrwhaley AT charter.net>
Date: Fri, 08 Jul 2016 19:31:12 -0400
Anyone have info on the Slaty-backed Gull reported on ebird July 5 at Fayette 
State Park? 


Warren Whaley

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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara continues 7/7
From: Mary Martin <marycharmar AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2016 19:23:17 -0400
We just watched the caracara for about a half hour.  It was perched atop a
young elm in the field east of the parking lot at the mouth of the Anna.
It just flew toward the road, but is definitely still here.  Very
impressive bird, indeed.

Mary Martin and Erich Ottem
On Jul 7, 2016 5:16 PM, "Mark Hubinger via birdnet" 
wrote:

> Still present, walking in cut field east of Anna River mouth at 5:00PM in
> a light rain. It's having no problem finding insects in the grass.
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> > On Jul 7, 2016, at 1:21 PM, Skye Haas  wrote:
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> > The Caracara persists for yet another day in Munising. The bird is
> currently perched in a tall dead tree on the south side of the Anna River
> fishing dock parking lot.
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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara continues 7/7
From: Mark Hubinger <mjhubrr AT aol.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Jul 2016 17:14:24 -0400
Still present, walking in cut field east of Anna River mouth at 5:00PM in a 
light rain. It's having no problem finding insects in the grass. 


Mark & Joanie Hubinger 

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> On Jul 7, 2016, at 1:21 PM, Skye Haas  wrote:
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> The Caracara persists for yet another day in Munising. The bird is currently 
perched in a tall dead tree on the south side of the Anna River fishing dock 
parking lot. 

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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara
From: Jim VanAllen <jeva AT live.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2016 17:23:37 +0000
There at 1:20pm. In the big dead tree on West bank of the Anna. Easy view from 
the boat ramp driveway. Keeps flying in behind the paper mill and returning to 
the tree every 5 or 10 minutes. 


Jim VanAllen

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> On Jul 6, 2016, at 10:38 AM, Mike Petrucha  wrote:
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> 
> 
> The bird few in to the mowed area just before 10:00 am, and is still feeding 
as of 10:40. 

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Subject: Crested Caracara
From: Mike Petrucha <mepetrucha AT hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2016 10:38:12 -0400
    
The bird few in to the mowed area just before 10:00 am, and is still feeding as 
of 10:40.  

Mike Petrucha Houghton Lake, MI 


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Subject: Crested Caracara Alger Co. YES
From: Marc Miedema <mieds AT me.com>
Date: Wed, 06 Jul 2016 10:29:26 -0400
Present in same location around 10AM. 
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Subject: Created Caracara
From: Macklin Smith <macklins AT umich.edu>
Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2016 13:50:08 -0400
Viewed by Mike Sefton, Don Brooks, Linda Ar et al. from parking lot, the 
caracara was perched atop a birch tree at the usual location from 11:45 - 
12:30. 


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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
From: Beth Olson <tolson AT chartermi.net>
Date: Tue, 05 Jul 2016 13:44:23 -0400
Bird on south side of road just west of the Anna's River in a White pine as of 
1:43 PM.Beth Olson 

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------ Original message------From: Rick BrighamDate: Mon, Jul 4, 2016 6:22 
AMTo: mich-listers;Cc: Subject:[Mich-listers] Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4 

Yay, its here! The bird arrived at 5:40am at the previously mentionedlocation. 
It flew in from the hillside woods on the south side of the roadand has mostly 
been perching obscured in trees at the back of the fieldoccasionally feeding in 
the mown grass. There is a path mown into the fieldit has been initially 
preferring at the northwest 
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Subject: Fwd: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
From: Gerald Ziarno <gziarno AT aol.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 20:25:27 -0400
Bird was reported at same location late this afternoon. After being here for a 
couple of hours bird finally appeared at 8 PM and perched in smaller tree 
beyond grassy area on lake side. Still in same spot at 8:30 PM. 

Jerry Ziarno

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> From: Vikki Jones 
> Date: July 4, 2016 at 2:01:52 PM EDT
> To: Rick Brigham 
> Cc: mich-listers 
> Subject: Re: [Mich-listers] Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
> 
> Still here at 1:19.  
> 
> Vikki
> Sent from my iPhone
> 
>> On Jul 4, 2016, at 6:22 AM, Rick Brigham  wrote:
>> 
>> Yay, its here! The bird arrived at 5:40am at the previously mentioned
>> location. It flew in from the hillside woods on the south side of the road
>> and has mostly been perching obscured in trees at the back of the field
>> occasionally feeding in the mown grass. There is a path mown into the field
>> it has been initially preferring at the northwest edge.
>> 
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Subject: Caracara, Munising, present 1:19pm, 4 July
From: Mike Sefton <mseft AT yahoo.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 14:34:02 -0400
Begin forwarded message:

> From: Vikki Jones 
> Date: July 4, 2016 at 2:01:31 PM EDT
> To: Natasha Koss 
> Cc: Joanna Mitchell , Birdnet UP 
> Subject: Re: Rarity
> 
> Present at 1:19. Foraging in the grass and circling overhead. 
> 
> Vikki and Cliff
> Sent from my iPhone
> 
>> On Jul 4, 2016, at 1:17 PM, Natasha Koss  wrote:
>> 
>> What's more stressful? A few dozen people watching you through binoculars or 
being a thousand miles from home with no idea how you're getting back. 

>> With that said, does anyone know if it's still there?
>> 
>>> On Sunday, July 3, 2016, Joanna Mitchell  wrote:
>>> I, too, drove to Munising to see the caracara, but have had these second 
thoughts about my response multiplied to a larger scale. 

>>> 
>>>  
>>> 
>>> Anyone else prefer the idea of minimizing stress on birds & property 
owners, reducing fuel consumption and emissions? 

>>> 
>>> That would limit my role to:
>>> 
>>> 1. Congratulating the person who sights a rarity,
>>> 
>>> 2. Ensuring someone claims responsibility for documenting an official 
record, 

>>> 
>>> 3. staying home (or biking/walking), and
>>> 
>>> 4. not publicizing a find.
>>> 
>>>  
>>> 
>>> Just stirring the pot, no criticism intended. I have, after all, chased 
irresistible rarities and am taking in the justifications others voice for 
publicity. 

>>> 
>>>  
>>> 
>>>  
>>> 
>>> Joanna Mitchell
>>> 
>>> 1504 Woodland Ave.
>>> 
>>> Marquette, MI 49855
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Subject: Re: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
From: Vikki Jones <vikkijones9 AT att.net>
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 14:01:52 -0400
Still here at 1:19.  

Vikki
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> On Jul 4, 2016, at 6:22 AM, Rick Brigham  wrote:
> 
> Yay, its here! The bird arrived at 5:40am at the previously mentioned
> location. It flew in from the hillside woods on the south side of the road
> and has mostly been perching obscured in trees at the back of the field
> occasionally feeding in the mown grass. There is a path mown into the field
> it has been initially preferring at the northwest edge.
> 
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Subject: Re: Mich-listers Digest, Vol 3082, Issue 1
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Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 12:54:37 -0400
Where is the caracara? Thank you. I really want to see this but I have no idea 
where it is. 

Deb Harp

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>   3. Re:  Please keep updating on Crested Caracara (Elliot Nelson)
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> Subject: [Mich-listers] Western Sandpiper -Pte le Barbe
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> Glenn Belyea and I just found a Western Sandpiper at Pte leBarbe. Long 
drooping bill, rufous in scapulars, black legs. Small peep, fresh plumage. Bird 
watched through scope for 7-8 minutes, then flew. Seen at right pullout at tip 
of point 

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> Message: 2
> Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 15:08:38 -0400
> From: Rick Brigham 
> Subject: [Mich-listers] Please keep updating on Crested Caracara
> To: mich-listers 
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> Hi Folks,
> 
> Please keep the updates coming on the Crested Caracara. There haven't been
> any posts to this list, UP Birds or Face Book in several hours. Many of us
> are still on our way or planning to come and the status of the bird
> positive or negative would be much appreciated.
> 
> Thanks much!
> Rick
> -- 
> Rick Brigham
> Douglas MI
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 3
> Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 16:00:38 -0400
> From: Elliot Nelson 
> Subject: Re: [Mich-listers] Please keep updating on Crested Caracara
> To: Rick Brigham 
> Cc: mich-listers 
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> Make sure to keep checking mich-listers AND UP Birding listserv (
> upbirders.org for info on joining and
> http://birding.aba.org/mobiledigest/MI05 to view recent emails) That
> listserv has had much more recent updates, the last at 12:30 pm where the
> bird was present.  Also it is very important to maintain a positive
> relationship with locals. Do NOT park on the south side of the road in
> private property lawns and Do NOT walk around on the private paper mill
> property. Park on the North side of the road or park at the nearby public
> boat launch and walk only along the road side. This is best for both public
> relations and seeing the bird which is most often in the mowed lawn and
> trees behind it.
> 
>> On Sunday, July 3, 2016, Rick Brigham  wrote:
>> 
>> Hi Folks,
>> 
>> Please keep the updates coming on the Crested Caracara. There haven't been
>> any posts to this list, UP Birds or Face Book in several hours. Many of us
>> are still on our way or planning to come and the status of the bird
>> positive or negative would be much appreciated.
>> 
>> Thanks much!
>> Rick
>> --
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> Message: 4
> Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 16:31:34 -0400
> From: Elliot Nelson 
> Subject: [Mich-listers] Crested Caracara: 12:30pm
> To: "mich-listers AT envirolink.org" 
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> Per the UP listserv the bird was last seen at 12:30pm and seems to be
> frequenting the trees and the mowed lawn fairly exclusively.  However,
> birding should only be done from road side and parking is really best at
> nearby public boat launch( do not park on south roadside near
> houses)  Below is a few thoughts on this opportunity, but not on location
> or birding rather people so feel free to ignore.
> 
> Crested Caracara: Persoectives and Oppertunity
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> So exciting that it seems this bird is sticking around for at least a few
> days for us all to enjoy. I couldn't really believe what I was seeing
> yesterday as I was watching it in the morning.
> 
> Just a couple thoughts given the apparent growing animosity/anxiety about
> the nearby property owners and lack of media coverage.
> 
> *Perspective:* The first is to think about perspective. From my perspective
> this is absolutely insane that this bird is here, it could be a once in a
> lifetime opportunity, and I can't see how anyone wouldn't think this is so
> cool. This is a first solid record of this bird in the state and I want
> this thing blowing up on the media because it's so cool!
> But not all of us are birders, and even if you know birds are important,
> you just might not enjoy seeing them the way we birders get nutty over
> them.
> The home owners perspective here is probably that he thinks its
> interesting/amusing, but that this is happening on a holiday weekend when
> his family was hoping to relax, enjoy some lawn games, and in general enjoy
> life. Instead he has all these strangers parking on his lawn, and walking
> around on the land he has permission to mow and use and they do not.
> In addition the media isn't responding because they probably don't know
> about this yet lol. If they do, it is a holiday weekend and they are most
> likely not working too hard to put out more stories.
> 
> *Opportunity:* The vast majority of the birding community in Michigan is
> friendly, positive, and a lot of fun to be a part of. So what can we do, as
> representatives of this community to help foster appreciation for rare
> birds, birders, and positive relationships with those who just aren't into
> birding. We certainly can not change how others act or respond to us. But
> what we are in control of is our own actions and how we respond to others.
> 1) Be responsive, respectful and positive towards the homeowners nearby.
> Park on the north side of the road, or at the nearby boat launch. Keep off
> the lawn, bird from the road, and keep a distance from his family as they
> enjoy the relaxing weekend, heck maybe even bring him some cookies or
> something for maintaining this lawn which the bird has a preference for (I
> know, typically mowing doesn't seem like a thing to promote for birds lol)
> and for putting up with all the birders. How we set a tone in situations
> like this contributes to how likely we are to get opportunities to go on
> private land in the future when rare birds appear.
> 2) Contact your local media! Let your TV station, your news paper, whatever
> know about this. Phone and email was shared already for Munising, but let's
> get this attention out further that birding means business!
> 3) Bring your binoculars around as you get gas, eat food, and contribute
> towards the economy. Let people know you are here for a birds and keep the
> birding passion and impact spreading and brought to the surface!
> 
> I don't mean to come off as preachy, I'm just very excited about this bird
> and hope we can all keep enjoying it and other rare birds in the area for a
> long time to come.
> 
> Bird on!
> 
> Elliot Nelson
> elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> *Elliot Nelson*
> *University of Michigan*
> *MS Natural Resources and the Environment Candidate*
> *UM Water Center Research Assistant *
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> *c:* 906-322-0353
> 
> 
> ------------------------------
> 
> Message: 5
> Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 06:22:39 -0400
> From: Rick Brigham 
> Subject: [Mich-listers] Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
> To: mich-listers 
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> Content-Type: text/plain; charset=UTF-8
> 
> Yay, its here! The bird arrived at 5:40am at the previously mentioned
> location. It flew in from the hillside woods on the south side of the road
> and has mostly been perching obscured in trees at the back of the field
> occasionally feeding in the mown grass. There is a path mown into the field
> it has been initially preferring at the northwest edge.
> 
> Rick
> 
> 
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Subject: Blue Grosbeak - Monroe Co - 7-4
From: Patrick Wright <wrigh1pr AT gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 12:51:02 -0400
Singing male Blue Grosbeak in the same location as last year (Whiteford
Road) in Ottawa Lake. The bird is singing from inside the mine area (off
limits) just south of the main entrance to the mine. The bird is heard best
from the first telephone pole south of the main entrance, and is very near
to a pair of Eastern Kingbirds that are making a lot of racket.
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Subject: Crested Caracara, Munising 7-4
From: Rick Brigham <brigrick AT gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2016 06:22:39 -0400
Yay, its here! The bird arrived at 5:40am at the previously mentioned
location. It flew in from the hillside woods on the south side of the road
and has mostly been perching obscured in trees at the back of the field
occasionally feeding in the mown grass. There is a path mown into the field
it has been initially preferring at the northwest edge.

Rick
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Subject: Crested Caracara: 12:30pm
From: Elliot Nelson <elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 16:31:34 -0400
Per the UP listserv the bird was last seen at 12:30pm and seems to be
frequenting the trees and the mowed lawn fairly exclusively.  However,
birding should only be done from road side and parking is really best at
nearby public boat launch( do not park on south roadside near
houses)  Below is a few thoughts on this opportunity, but not on location
or birding rather people so feel free to ignore.

Crested Caracara: Persoectives and Oppertunity

Hi all,

So exciting that it seems this bird is sticking around for at least a few
days for us all to enjoy. I couldn't really believe what I was seeing
yesterday as I was watching it in the morning.

Just a couple thoughts given the apparent growing animosity/anxiety about
the nearby property owners and lack of media coverage.

*Perspective:* The first is to think about perspective. From my perspective
this is absolutely insane that this bird is here, it could be a once in a
lifetime opportunity, and I can't see how anyone wouldn't think this is so
cool. This is a first solid record of this bird in the state and I want
this thing blowing up on the media because it's so cool!
 But not all of us are birders, and even if you know birds are important,
you just might not enjoy seeing them the way we birders get nutty over
them.
The home owners perspective here is probably that he thinks its
interesting/amusing, but that this is happening on a holiday weekend when
his family was hoping to relax, enjoy some lawn games, and in general enjoy
life. Instead he has all these strangers parking on his lawn, and walking
around on the land he has permission to mow and use and they do not.
In addition the media isn't responding because they probably don't know
about this yet lol. If they do, it is a holiday weekend and they are most
likely not working too hard to put out more stories.

*Opportunity:* The vast majority of the birding community in Michigan is
friendly, positive, and a lot of fun to be a part of. So what can we do, as
representatives of this community to help foster appreciation for rare
birds, birders, and positive relationships with those who just aren't into
birding. We certainly can not change how others act or respond to us. But
what we are in control of is our own actions and how we respond to others.
1) Be responsive, respectful and positive towards the homeowners nearby.
Park on the north side of the road, or at the nearby boat launch. Keep off
the lawn, bird from the road, and keep a distance from his family as they
enjoy the relaxing weekend, heck maybe even bring him some cookies or
something for maintaining this lawn which the bird has a preference for (I
know, typically mowing doesn't seem like a thing to promote for birds lol)
and for putting up with all the birders. How we set a tone in situations
like this contributes to how likely we are to get opportunities to go on
private land in the future when rare birds appear.
2) Contact your local media! Let your TV station, your news paper, whatever
know about this. Phone and email was shared already for Munising, but let's
get this attention out further that birding means business!
3) Bring your binoculars around as you get gas, eat food, and contribute
towards the economy. Let people know you are here for a birds and keep the
birding passion and impact spreading and brought to the surface!

I don't mean to come off as preachy, I'm just very excited about this bird
and hope we can all keep enjoying it and other rare birds in the area for a
long time to come.

Bird on!

Elliot Nelson
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Subject: Re: Please keep updating on Crested Caracara
From: Elliot Nelson <elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 16:00:38 -0400
Make sure to keep checking mich-listers AND UP Birding listserv (
upbirders.org for info on joining and
http://birding.aba.org/mobiledigest/MI05 to view recent emails) That
listserv has had much more recent updates, the last at 12:30 pm where the
bird was present.  Also it is very important to maintain a positive
relationship with locals. Do NOT park on the south side of the road in
private property lawns and Do NOT walk around on the private paper mill
property. Park on the North side of the road or park at the nearby public
boat launch and walk only along the road side. This is best for both public
relations and seeing the bird which is most often in the mowed lawn and
trees behind it.

On Sunday, July 3, 2016, Rick Brigham  wrote:

> Hi Folks,
>
> Please keep the updates coming on the Crested Caracara. There haven't been
> any posts to this list, UP Birds or Face Book in several hours. Many of us
> are still on our way or planning to come and the status of the bird
> positive or negative would be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks much!
> Rick
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Subject: Please keep updating on Crested Caracara
From: Rick Brigham <brigrick AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 15:08:38 -0400
Hi Folks,

Please keep the updates coming on the Crested Caracara. There haven't been
any posts to this list, UP Birds or Face Book in several hours. Many of us
are still on our way or planning to come and the status of the bird
positive or negative would be much appreciated.

Thanks much!
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Subject: Western Sandpiper -Pte le Barbe
From: David Powell <vireo AT vireos.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 12:50:48 -0400
Glenn Belyea and I just found a Western Sandpiper at Pte leBarbe. Long drooping 
bill, rufous in scapulars, black legs. Small peep, fresh plumage. Bird watched 
through scope for 7-8 minutes, then flew. Seen at right pullout at tip of point 


Dave Powell 

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Subject: Caracara, continuing
From: Brian Allen <manisteebirder AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 3 Jul 2016 08:35:33 -0400
Still here 8:35am
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Subject: Re: Caracara
From: Jo Willson <j12083 AT outlook.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2016 17:12:43 +0000
Thanks fir continued posts going to try tomorrow morning. 

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> On Jul 2, 2016, at 12:53 PM, Scott Terry  wrote:
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> The Caracara continues as of 1pm in the previously mentioned area. 
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Subject: Caracara
From: Scott Terry <scott__terry AT hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2016 16:52:11 +0000
The Caracara continues as of 1pm in the previously mentioned area. 

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Subject: Western Meadowlark @ Chathum Sewage 7/2
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Sat, 02 Jul 2016 10:23:44 -0400
Birders,

While you're up here for a Caracara maybe a Western Meadowlark interests you. 
East side in fields. 


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Subject: Crested Caracara - Yes
From: Samantha Thompson <thompson.samantha16 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 2 Jul 2016 06:54:46 -0400
Continuing near the Anna River mouth in Munising now (7 am)

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Subject: Re: CRESTED CARACARA- Alger County 7/1/16
From: Mark Hubinger <mjhubrr AT aol.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 16:34:20 -0400
Minor correction: Don't park on the south side of the road by the homes. Park 
on the north side, next to the field. Mark and Joanie Hubinger 


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> On Jul 1, 2016, at 4:25 PM, Mark Hubinger via birdnet  
wrote: 

> 
> We are observing the Crested Caracara as I write this- at 4:20 PM. Just east 
of the Ana River mouth along the main highway about 100 yards. This river is 
located on the east side of Munising, along the waterfront. Don't park on the 
north side of road. Residence don't like cars parking in their yard. 

> 
> Mark & Joanie Hubinger
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> Sent from my iPhone
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>> On Jul 1, 2016, at 3:17 PM, Skye Haas  wrote:
>> 
>> Hello all, 
>> 
>> There was a Crested Caracara photographed in Munising today. The bird is by 
the Anna River mouth walking around the mowed area near the parking lot east of 
the paper mill. I have little details, but I have seen the photo. Sadly neither 
Scott Hickman or I are in the UP to go look for it, but if you are in the area, 
please do go look and post your results. 

>> 
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Subject: Re: CRESTED CARACARA- Alger County 7/1/16
From: Mark Hubinger <mjhubrr AT aol.com>
Date: Fri, 1 Jul 2016 16:25:33 -0400
We are observing the Crested Caracara as I write this- at 4:20 PM. Just east of 
the Ana River mouth along the main highway about 100 yards. This river is 
located on the east side of Munising, along the waterfront. Don't park on the 
north side of road. Residence don't like cars parking in their yard. 


Mark & Joanie Hubinger

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> On Jul 1, 2016, at 3:17 PM, Skye Haas  wrote:
> 
> Hello all, 
> 
> There was a Crested Caracara photographed in Munising today. The bird is by 
the Anna River mouth walking around the mowed area near the parking lot east of 
the paper mill. I have little details, but I have seen the photo. Sadly neither 
Scott Hickman or I are in the UP to go look for it, but if you are in the area, 
please do go look and post your results. 

> 
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Subject: Tricolored Heron, Snowy Egret Pointe Mouillee
From: Karl Overman <martineoverman AT att.net>
Date: Sat, 25 Jun 2016 14:19:42 -0400
I scoped Tricolored Heron and Snowy Egret from the Banana at the junction of 
cell 3 and 4. The Snowy Egret was on a small island in the Humphrey’s Unit 
that was loaded with Bonaparte’s Gulls and terns. Seeing the Tricolored was a 
fluke. I was scoping egrets at the former heron rookery in the Humprey’s Unit 
when the Tricolored Heron flew into my scope view and landed on the edge of a 
large bank of cattails across a channel behind the rookery island. It was 
visible there for a while before disappearing. 


It is fall already at least according to the shorebird calendar with a dozen 
Lesser Yellowlegs and 3 Short-billed Dowitchers in cell 3. 


Had a male Yellow-headed Blackbird fly from the Humphrey’s Unit into the 
Vermet Unit. 


Cheers,

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Subject: Loggerhead Shrike, Alger County
From: scott hickman <suboscine AT hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2016 20:11:37 +0000
Zach Gayk and I encountered a Loggerhead Shrike in the Grand Sable Dunes of 
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore west of Grand Marais late this morning. Its 
location can be accessed by parking in the small parking lot that is on the 
south side of H58 immediately northeast of AuSable Lake. Walk across H58, go 
about 40 yards or so to the west, and then hike about 1/2 mile north along the 
main foot path that goes directly north through the dunes. This should put you 
in the vicinity of where we saw the bird last. It was hunting along the west 
side of a large, open sand bowl. Hiking up and down these large sand dunes is 
physically challenging. Scott 

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Subject: Re: Bell's Vireo - Yes 6/8
From: Elliot Nelson <elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2016 06:31:47 -0400
Bird is singing and showing right near parking lot as of 6:30am.

On Wednesday, June 8, 2016, Marc North  wrote:

> Birders,
>
> Once I arrived at 5:30pm I heard the bird call three times and then not
> again. My advice is to get here early. I'll be going back in the morning to
> try to see the bird and will report back.
>
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Subject: Bell's Vireo - Yes 6/8
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2016 20:23:33 -0400
Birders,

Once I arrived at 5:30pm I heard the bird call three times and then not again. 
My advice is to get here early. I'll be going back in the morning to try to see 
the bird and will report back. 


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Subject: Re: Bell's Vireo - indeed! Portage Marsh - Escanaba- update
From: Mark Hubinger <mjhubrr AT aol.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 13:09:09 -0400
Hi all, Just an update. We are seeing and hearing the Bell's Vireo on the south 
side of the road between the last two driveways, before the parking area. At 
1:00 PM on Wednesday June 8th. 


Mark and Joanie Hubinger
Mike Snable and Betty Rainwater

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> On Jun 8, 2016, at 8:29 AM, Joe Kaplan  wrote:
> 
> Still present this morning - singing away and readily seen perched from the 
parking area at Portage Marsh (vireo in trees along last driveway before 
parking area). 

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Subject: Bell's Vireo - Delta Co - Yes
From: Patrick Wright <wrigh1pr AT gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 8 Jun 2016 08:22:40 -0400
The Portage Marsh bird is continuing this morning. It is extremely active
and in a dense area. Be patient and wait for the bird to move to an exposed
perch to see it, as it is moving a lot.
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Subject: Re: Bell's Vireo - continues Portage Marsh
From: "J.D. Phillips" <phillips.jd1 AT gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2016 18:08:54 -0400
We had the Bell's Vireo at 4pm this afternoon. Singing, easy to find.
Thanks to all who've posted about this great U.P. bird.

--J.D. Phillips
Marquette

On Tue, Jun 7, 2016 at 8:07 AM, Joe Kaplan  wrote:

> Phil Odum and I observed the Bell's Vireo again this morning in Portage
> Marsh near the parking area and the last driveway on the right.  The bird
> is still singing almost continuously in close proximity of the
> road/driveway.
>
> Good luck -
> Joe Kaplan
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Subject: Willet (1) & Cattle Egret (4) - Bay City SRA, Bay County - 6/7/16
From: Joseph Soehnel <soehnelj AT gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 7 Jun 2016 11:32:09 -0400
The Willet that Kim Laskowski found at Bay City SRA on June 6th continues
this morning, June 7th.  Turn into the beach side of the park and turn
right to the east end of the park.  There's a sandy trail that goes out to
the beach past the spray park and playscape.  The Willet was to the right
at the shoreline from the trail.

The four Cattle Egrets were just to the 'west' of the sandy trail on the
south edge of the beach wetland.

Good birding!

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Subject: Re: Oystercatcher HOAX
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Sat, 04 Jun 2016 22:59:53 -0500
Absolutely agree. Thanks for the quick post.

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> On Jun 4, 2016, at 10:45 PM, Patrick Wright  wrote:
> 
> No apologies are necessary as this was an absolutely appropriate post. You
> (Elliot) forwarded a very rare bird report to the appropriate community
> with the appropriate skeptisism. Next time such a report could result in a
> life bird for many of us.
> 
>> On Saturday, June 4, 2016, Elliot Nelson  wrote:
>> 
>> Looks like a hoax given the Facebook conversation around it right now. My
>> apologies everyone. Jumped the gun there I guess. Thought it was unlikely
>> it was real but shared anyway just in case it wasn't. Plenty of good real
>> birds out there though. Bird on!
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Subject: Re: Oystercatcher HOAX
From: Patrick Wright <wrigh1pr AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2016 23:45:42 -0400
No apologies are necessary as this was an absolutely appropriate post. You
(Elliot) forwarded a very rare bird report to the appropriate community
with the appropriate skeptisism. Next time such a report could result in a
life bird for many of us.

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> Looks like a hoax given the Facebook conversation around it right now. My
> apologies everyone. Jumped the gun there I guess. Thought it was unlikely
> it was real but shared anyway just in case it wasn't. Plenty of good real
> birds out there though. Bird on!
> Elliot
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Subject: Oystercatcher HOAX
From: Elliot Nelson <elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2016 16:15:25 -0400
Looks like a hoax given the Facebook conversation around it right now. My
apologies everyone. Jumped the gun there I guess. Thought it was unlikely
it was real but shared anyway just in case it wasn't. Plenty of good real
birds out there though. Bird on!
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Subject: 2nd Hand: American Oystercatcher Muskegon County
From: Elliot Nelson <elliotkarlnelson AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 4 Jun 2016 13:59:31 -0400
A picture of an American Oystercatcher that was geotagged at Lake Michigan
was posted a couple of hours ago to the Michigan Bird Watching Facebook
group and reposted to Mich-Listers a bit ago. The original poster states
that the photo was taken at Meinert Park in Muskegon County. Given the
geotag I would highly suggest anyone in the area go check this out. No
details yet on when the photo was taken.

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Subject: Bobwhite Monroe County
From: Karl Overman <martineoverman AT att.net>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2016 17:01:58 -0400
This afternoon i found a pair of Bobwhite at Munson Park on the west side of 
the city of Monroe. I first heard some clucking sounds near me in a weedy field 
with scattered shrubs, then I spotted the male’s head just a few feet from me 
just before the pair sprang into the air. Munson Park is loaded with soccer 
fields for most of the area with parking. To reach the area where I saw the 
quail, park at the north end of the park and walk the mowed trail through the 
field to the north to a shaky footbridge. After successfully crossing the 
bridge there is a large weedy field with a large pile of saw dust (I think) in 
the SE corner of the field. That was the area where I saw the quail. 


At Point Mouillee still good numbers of Semipalmated Sandpipers. I had one 
Whimbrel and two Red Knots today. 


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Subject: L. Shrike, Washtenaw, Sun., May 29, 3:05pm
From: Mike Sefton <mseft AT yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 15:40:28 -0400
Birders,
> Legendary bird finder Sean Bachman found what is presumably, because of the 
time of year, a Loggerhead Shrike at 9550 Meyers Rd. in west Washtenaw County. 
Last seen at 3:05pm. Moves/disappears frequently, so be patient. 

>  Some photos, quality undetermined.
> Mike Sefton 
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Subject: Loggerhead info
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 17:17:24 -0400
Mike Sefton posted on Mich-SE that it was at 9550 Meyers Rd. in west Washtenaw 
County. 


Nice find Sean Bachman.

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Subject: Loggerhead Shrike - Washtenaw Co. 5/29
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 17:08:59 -0400
It looks like there's a Loggerhead Shrike in Washtenaw Co. Idk where, I'm sure 
they do. 


Bird hard,

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Subject: Black Vulture, Washtenaw Co
From: Macklin Smith <macklins AT umich.edu>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 12:37:18 -0400
Seen at 12:10 flying over highway and then tree line just north of Main St, Ann 
Arbor, where routes 23 and 14 split. Bird was heading northwest. Good look at 
shape, white wing patches, flapping behavior. 


~Macklin Smith

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Subject: Re: Summer Tanager Wayne Co.
From: Steve Santner <sjsantner10 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 05:57:58 -0700
All:

The Summer Tanager found by Karl Overman at Oakwoods Metropark is still
present.  It's at the junction of the Long Bark Trail and the shortcut to
the Big Tree Trail.

Steve Santner
On May 27, 2016 5:13 PM, "Karl Overman"  wrote:

> Late this morning I found a singing immature male Summer Tanager at
> Oakwoods Metropark in southern Wayne County.  I am not familiar with the
> trail system in the park so describing where the bird was will be less than
> perfect.  I had walked the Long Bark Trail along the Huron River until it
> cut away from the river and into the woods. At some point I came to a T
> junction in the woods and that is where the Summer Tanager was singing.
> Perhaps on the Big Tree Trail.  All I know is I walked a long way in the
> woods after seeing the Summer Tanager.
>
> The park was good for warblers today as I picked up Wilson’s,
> Chestnut-sided, Hooded, Blue-winged, Prothonotary and Yellow-breasted Chat.
>
> A link to a photo of the tanager in my flickr account is:
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/141085650 AT N04/26685564414/in/dateposted-public/
> <
> https://www.flickr.com/photos/141085650 AT N04/26685564414/in/dateposted-public/
> >
>
> Cheers,
>
> Karl Overman
> Farmington Hills, Michigan
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Subject: Eura Tree Sparrow continues 5/29 Whitefish Pt
From: Skye Haas <theowlranch AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 07:56:33 -0400
Howdy all, 

The Eurasian Tree Sparrow is here at the Whitefish Point feeders for yet 
another day (5/29). It sometimes takes a little wait to have it come in, but 
other times it is there waiting for you. 


Good luck!

Skye Haas
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Subject: Eura Tree Sparrow continues 5/29 Whitefish Pt
From: Skye Haas <theowlranch AT gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 29 May 2016 07:56:33 -0400
Howdy all, 

The Eurasian Tree Sparrow is here at the Whitefish Point feeders for yet 
another day (5/29). It sometimes takes a little wait to have it come in, but 
other times it is there waiting for you. 


Good luck!

Skye Haas
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Subject: Marbled Godwit at Fish Point, Tuscola County
From: Allen Chartier <amazilia3 AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 28 May 2016 10:59:20 -0400
Birders,

Sorry for this late report, but getting up at 3 a.m. to do bird surveys
leaves me too sleepy when I get home to post.

So, yesterday (May 27), I saw a Marbled Godwit at Fish Point SWA, Tuscola
County, at about 1:30 p.m. It was in shallow water northeast of the
observation tower, about 300 yards down the diked path to the east (on the
north side). Other shorebirds were also present, including Black-bellied
Plovers and Dunlin. There could have been other species, but I did not walk
the dikes so didn't cover the area thoroughly.

Allen T. Chartier
Inkster, Michigan
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Subject: Summer Tanager Wayne Co.
From: Karl Overman <martineoverman AT att.net>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2016 17:13:31 -0400
Late this morning I found a singing immature male Summer Tanager at Oakwoods 
Metropark in southern Wayne County. I am not familiar with the trail system in 
the park so describing where the bird was will be less than perfect. I had 
walked the Long Bark Trail along the Huron River until it cut away from the 
river and into the woods. At some point I came to a T junction in the woods and 
that is where the Summer Tanager was singing. Perhaps on the Big Tree Trail. 
All I know is I walked a long way in the woods after seeing the Summer Tanager. 


The park was good for warblers today as I picked up Wilson’s, Chestnut-sided, 
Hooded, Blue-winged, Prothonotary and Yellow-breasted Chat. 


A link to a photo of the tanager in my flickr account is: 
https://www.flickr.com/photos/141085650 AT N04/26685564414/in/dateposted-public/ 
 


Cheers,

Karl Overman
Farmington Hills, Michigan
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Subject: Kentucky Warbler Washtenaw Co. 5/27
From: Marc North <northm24 AT me.com>
Date: Fri, 27 May 2016 17:09:07 +0000 (GMT)
Birders,

Just in case no one cares to post...

I got an eBird year need alert for a Kentucky Warbler in Washtenaw Co., It is 
located at Stinchfield Woods, I'm sure it is the usual suspect of a male trying 
to find a mate, singing nonstop, so it goes without saying that using playbacks 
would be dumb, don't worry about that NatGeo pic. 

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Subject: Franklin's Gulls - Muskegon County
From: Laurence Burke <lmburke49 AT gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 25 May 2016 12:57:06 -0400
 
I found two Franklin's Gulls at Muskegon Wastewater System. Right now they are 
loafing in the middle aeration cell along with Ring-billed Gulls. They have 
broad white eye-arcs, large white primary tips and their back and wings are 
darker gray than the RBGs. They are also smaller than the RBGs. Will include 
photos with my eBird post. 


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Subject: Tuscola County, Fish Point, Ruff relocated
From: Jim VanAllen <jeva AT live.com>
Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 20:13:08 +0000
The female Ruff is still present at Fish Point. It is in the recently burned 
marsh. Not quite half way up the dyke on the East edge of the burn there is a 
large mud flat arching out from the dyke. It was with a Wilson's Phalarope in 
the water just off that mud in the direction of the tern roost. 


Jim VanAllen

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Subject: Alger co Lark Bunting - NO
From: Patrick Wright <wrigh1pr AT gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 21 May 2016 12:44:04 -0400
Not present and the homeowners have not seen it. Will try to relocate now.
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Subject: Willet Houghton Lake
From: Karl Overman <martineoverman AT att.net>
Date: Fri, 20 May 2016 07:09:56 -0400
From: Greg Bodker >
Subject: Willet - Roscommon Cnty - YES
Date: May 19, 2016 at 3:41:39 PM EDT
To: MichList >


Greg Nelson found a Willet at the Houghton Lake Sewage Authority (HLSA) today. 
The bird was found by Greg Nelson in the Southeast Sand cell and was still 
there at 310pm. 


The HLSA facility closes at 4pm but the sand cell is visible from Knapp Rd 
located at the north end of the HLSA property. 

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Subject: Arenac County AuGres Loggerhead Shrike Continues
From: Richard Yarsevich <yarserich AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 19 May 2016 16:27:57 -0400
Same area as yesterday! Power lines along "Manor Rd" West of "Santiago Rd." 
Observed  AT  1320hrs 19MAY2016. 

                     RCY
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Subject: Loggerhead shrike
From: philip odum <philsfotos1 AT gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 19 May 2016 16:17:34 -0400
Viewed moments ago south of original sighting area viabob bochenek
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