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MISC RECORDS INCLUDED IN LOCAL NOTES BINDER

Transcribed by Lynn Jackson - Archivist

Birds found dead at Island Beach and Long Beach Islands, NJ on March 1, 1942 (Cutler, Newman, Kramer & Mrs. Kramer)      
     
                 
  Dovekie   BlackDuck          
  Common Loon   Herring Gull          
  Red-throated Loon   Bonaparte's Gull          
  Tufted Titmouse   Ring-billed Gull          
  Snowy Owl   Kittiwake          
  Horned Grebe   Canada Goose          
  Gannet   Red-breasted Merganser          
  Old-Squaw   White-winged Scoter          
  American Scoter              
                 
                 
                 
Haverford College Pond, PA              
List of 10 Waterbirds reported by W.l. Baily                                            August 10-20, 1946 and Sept. 1          
         
                 
  Great Blue Heron 1            
  Black-crowned Night Heron 3            
               
  Green Heron 3            
  Little Blue Heron (white) 2            
  Lesser Yellowlegs 4            
  Spotted Sandpipers 4            
  Solitary Sandpipers 3            
  Least Sandpipers 1            
  Black Duck 2            
  Pied-billed Grebe 1            
                 
                 
                 
                 
Conditions at Stone Harbor Heronry June 10, 1946          
as reported by J. Rigby          
                 
  Little Blue Heron   approx. 15-25 breeding prs          
  Black-crowned Night Heron   approx 25-30 breeding prs.          
           
  Snow{y} Egret   approx 5-10 breeding prs.          
  American Egret   approx 1 breeding pair          
  Yellow-crowned Night Heron              
    only 1 bird certainly ID'd          
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
Tinicum, Delaware Co., PA              
June 3, 1953   R. F. M  & W. J.          
                 
                 
  Least Bittern   nest  & 5 eggs          
  Fla. Gallinule   nest 9 eggs          
  L. B. Marsh Wren   nest & eggs          
  King Rail   June 2 with 4 eggs          
                 
6/2/53 Least Tern   nested          
                 
                 
                 
                 
                 
Migration Dates -1954              
D. Cutler (sometimes H. Cutler & W. Jay)            
                 
7-Apr Yellow Palm Warbler   Mt. Airy          
7-Apr White-crowned Saprrow   Mt. Airy          
9-Apr Chipping Sparrow   Germantown          
10-Apr {unclear}              
13-Apr American Egret   Tinicum          
13-Apr Fl. Gallinule   Tinicum          
                 
16-Apr Duck Hawk   City Hall. Phila.          
19-Apr Laughing Gull   Tinicum          
19-Apr Solitary Vireo   Tinicum          
22-Apr Laughing Gull   Fairmount Park          
22-Apr Orange-crowned Warbler   Fairmount Park          
25-Apr Laughing Gull   {no place listed}          
25-Apr Yellow Warbler   {no place listed}          
25-Apr Prairie Warbler   {no place listed}          
                 
29-Apr Baltimore Oriole   Chestnut Hill          
29-Apr Blue winged Warbler   Chestnut Hill          
29-Apr Chestnut sided Warbler   Chestnut Hill          
                 
31-Jan Barrow's Goldeneye   {note to ask Cutler}          
                 
Note on bottom of sheet:  "It would be impossible in ten years to digest and organize the wealth of data in the Phila. area.          
         
                 
                 
                 
                 
DVOC trip to Tinicum, Delaware Co., PA          
April 25, 1954 ( D. Cutler)          
                 
  Red Bellied Woodpecker              
  Long billed Marsh Wren              
  Prairie Warbler              
  Savannah Sparrow              
  Grasshopper Sparrow              
                 
                 
5/3/1954 Kentucky Warbler   Mt. Airy          
5/5/1954 Red bellied Woodpecker   Germantown          
9-Jun Alder Flycatcher              
19-Jun Hooded Warbler   nest 3 young & 1 egg          
29-Jun Duck Hawk   Lily Lake          
30-Jun Veery   Carpenter's Woods, Gtm.          
30-Jun Blue winged Warbler   Carpenter's Woods, Gtm.          
30-Jun Chestnut-sided Warbler   Carpenter's Woods, Gtm.       T.F.  & W.J.  
7-Jun Olive sided Flycatcher   Chestnut Hill, Phila.       T.F.  & W.J.  
7-Jun Veery   Chestnut Hill, Phila.       T.F.  & W.J.  
7-Jun Olive {?} Thrush   Chestnut Hill, Phila.       T.F.  & W.J.  
7-Jun Prothonotary Warbler   Chestnut Hill, Phila.     nest T.F.  & W.J.  
                 
                 
                 
                 
Waterfowl Records for Springton Reservoir and Vicinity - Fall Migration 1945  
J. P. Rigby & E. H. Rigby              
                 
*  Big Day 11/4/45 - 17 species            
                 
  Species No. Date:     REMARKS:
* 1 Common Loon 2 11/4/1945     still in breeding plummage
* 2 Horned Grebe 9 11/4/1945     all in 1 flock - early date 10/21/45
*3 Pied-billed Grebe 6 10/21/1945     all in one flock
4 Whistling Swan 5 11/10/1945     Rare- 3 adult 2 yng. (heard call)
  Whistling Swan ? 11/12/1945     flying over Media 11:00 PM
  Whistling Swan ? 11/13/1945     flying over Media 10:00 PM
*5 Canada Goose 25 10/2/1945     flying over Media 5:30 PM
  Canada Goose 9 11/4/1945     flock at reservoir (30 seen 11/10/45)
*6 Mallard 150 11/10/1945     first birds seen in early Oct.
*7 Black Duck 200 11/10/1945     first birds seen in late Sept.
*8 Baldpate 30 10/6/1945     steady population
*9 Pintail 6 10/13/1945     occasional birds in Oct & Nov
10 Wood Duck 3 10/20/1945     occasional birds in Oct & Nov
11 Redhead 2 males 10/13/1945     2 birds seen 10/27/45
*12 Canvasback 12 (4M 8F) 10/21/1945     2 birds seen 10/13/45
13 Scaup 8 11/10/1945     occasional birds in late Oct & Nov
*14 Ring neck 12 10/21/1945     fairly steady population
*15 Goldeneye 6 (2M 4F) 11/4/1945     fairly regular in Nov
*16 Bufflehead 7 (5M 2F) 11/4/1945     2 birds seen 10/21/45
*17 Oldsquaw 16 (8F 8M) 11/4/1945     1 male 11/3/45
*18 White-einged Scoter 1 11/4/1945     rare 
*19 Ruddy Duck 14 10/13/1945     population increased to 60 11/10/45
20 American Merganser 1 10/28/1945     very early date
*21 Red=breasted Merganser 6 females 10/21/1945     ocassional birds in Oct & Nov
*22 Coot 40 10/27/1945     steady population

 

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