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Subject: Re: A wave of mega vagrants pushes annual total well in excess of 400 species
From: Eamonn <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Irish Bird Network <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 28 Sep 2010 09:46:15 +0100
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Sťamus, I think it was seen in an Alder tree. Surely irrefutable enough?

Why not trap it Lee or maybe a DNA test on some poo would sort it out ?

bob

-----Original Message-----
From: Irish Bird Network [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Sťamus Feeney
Sent: 28 September 2010 09:40
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: A wave of mega vagrants pushes annual total well in excess of 400 species

Lee.

While the rest of 'birdland' are still pulling the Blakeney Pt. Empidonax 
sp. to pieces to ascertain it identity, you have concluded it's an Alder 
Flycatcher. Do you have any irrefutable evidence that it is this species?

 While a decree from the pope of UK400 birding may be blindly accepted by 
the faithful, some are weak.

Sťamus.

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From: "Lee G R Evans" <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2010 11:17 PM
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: A wave of mega vagrants pushes annual total well in excess of 400 
species

> The total number of species now recorded in Britain and Ireland in 2010 
> has
> now increased to 410, with the following additions since my last update -:
>
> 1) ROSS'S SNOW GOOSE (3 arrivals with returning Pink-footed Geese)
>
> 2) EUROPEAN ROLLER (a long-staying juvenile within the strictly private 
> gas
> terminal compound at Easington, East Yorkshire)
>
> 3) ALDER FLYCATCHER (on Blakeney Point, Norfolk)
>
> 4) AMERICAN BUFF-BELLIED PIPIT (two on the Northern Isles)
>
> 5) RED-FLANKED BLUETAIL (2 arrived simultaneously on Fair Isle on 27 
> Sept)
>
> 6) WHITE'S THRUSH (a typically mobile bird on south Shetland  Mainland)
>
> 7) SWAINSON'S THRUSH (an early vagrant on Fair Isle)
>
> 8) PALLAS'S GRASSHOPPER WARBLER (typical arrivals on Fair Isle)
>
> 9) RADDE'S WARBLER (a very early individual at Stiffkey, Norfolk, on 26
> Sept)
>
> 10) INDIAN HOUSE CROW (a ship-assisted adult at Cobh town centre)
>
> 11) NORTHERN PARULA (a twitchable first-winter female on Tiree)
>
> 12) BOBOLINK (a brief first-year at Eglwys Nunnyd Reservoir, South Wales)
>
>
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