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2006 FIELD TRIP SCHEDULE
All who have an interest in birds are invited to attend functions of the DVOC.

FIELD TRIP CO-CHAIRPERSONS:
Adrian Binns
Martin Selzer

NOTE: PLEASE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO NOTIFY THE FIELD TRIP LEADER THAT YOU PLAN TO ATTEND.
Contact Information for Field Trip Leaders

January 7 (Saturday)– PHILADELPHIA MID-WINTER BIRD CENSUS, PENNSYLVANIA (PMWBC)
 

Help count birds within the city limits.
Contact: Keith Russell
2006 Report
2005 Report
2004 Report
2003 Report

January 8 (Sunday) - Winter Birding in the DIX Wildlife Management Area, NEW JERSEY
 Come check out a little birded area in Cumberland County, NJ. The mixture of farm fields with great hedgerows (a scarce habitat these days), oak/holly woodlands, salt-marsh, and bayshore provides excellent food and cover for a
variety of winter birds. This territory on the Cumberland County CBC has produced some noteable winter birds like Gyrfalcon, Sandhill Crane, Northern Goshawk, Saw-whet Owl, Yellow-breasted Chat, and Lincoln's Sparrow. Both diurnal and nocturnal raptor numbers can be excellent, and this area produced the nation's highest CBC counts for Eastern-Screech and Great-horned Owls ever. Some years it holds large numbers of sparrows, can be very good for Hermit Thrush and Fox Sparrow, and often holds numbers of lingering birds like Gray Catbird, Brown Thrasher, and Eastern Towhee. So come out and try birding someplace new. Meeting Time: 7:00 AM. Meeting Place: The end of Duck Cove Road, Fairton, NJ (DeLorme NJ Atlas Page 68, Block G-1) This is the first right turn off Route 601 / Back Neck Rd., and overlooks an area of the Cohansey River where the local Bald Eagle pair can often be seen.
Leader: Paul Guris
2004 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
January 14-16 (Saturday-Monday) - MONTAUK (LONG ISLAND), NEW YORK
 

For winter finches, eiders, scoters, alcids and any Eurasian accidentals. Car pool from N.E. Phila at 6AM. Space is limited due to lodging constraints – first come, first served! Shared expenses.
Leaders: Erica Brendel and Chris Walters
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

January 21 (Saturday) - FLORENCE, NEW JERSEY
 

For some of the best gull watching in the east. ‘White-wing’ gulls, Lesser Black-backs, and a search for Thayer’s, California, Slaty-back and Yellow-legged Gull. Meet at 9AM. Half-day trip
Leader: Matt Sharp (215) 299-1069 or sharp@acnatsci.org
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

January 22 (Sunday) - BARNEGAT LIGHT, NEW JERSEY
 

The best location in Jersey to see Harlequin Duck and Purple Sandpiper. Common Eider are regular here and we’ll look for King Eider. An assortment of ducks and loons should be found in the inlet. The dunes hold “Ipswich” Sparrow and usually Snow Buntings, and in good years longspurs. Dress warm. Meet at the Lighthouse parking lot at 8:00AM
Leaders: Martin Selzer and Bert Filemyr
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

January 28 (Saturday) - THE NORTH SHORE, NEW JERSEY
 

We’ll search the ponds, inlets, jetties and shoreline from Manasquan to Sandy Hook for loons, ducks, gulls and alcids. Meet at the south jetty of Manasquan Inlet at 8:30AM. We’ll be birding through early afternoon.
Leader: Martin Selzer
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

February 18-20 (Saturday - Monday) - NEW ENGLAND
 

A 3 day trip over president’s weekend to look for alcids, loons, Red-necked Grebe, white-wing gulls, King Eider, Barrow’s Goldeneye, Snowy and Short-eared Owl, Rough-legged Hawk, longspurs, Snow Buntings and any winter invasion species. Limited registration. Fee.
Leader: Adrian Binns
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report

February 25 (Saturday) - INDIAN RIVER INLET (DELAWARE) AND NORTH
 

Join us as we search for wintering waterfowl, gulls, seabirds and other late winter visitors. We meet at the Super Wawa on Route 1 just outside of Lewes at 9am. Besides birding Indian River Inlet and Rehoboth Bay, we will stop at Silver Lake, Cape Henlopen State Park, Prime Hook and Bombay Hook as we bird our way back north.
Meet at the Super WAWA on Route 1 just north of Cape Henlopen at 9AM
Leader : Martin Selzer
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

March 3-5 (Friday- Sunday) - AMHERST ISLAND AND ALGONQUIN PARK, ONTARIO
 

A 3 day trip for owls, with a good chance of Boreal, Saw-whet and Snowy and possibly Great Grey and Hawk Owl; wintering finches, both crossbills, Pine Grosbeak, Gray Jay, Black-backed Woodpecker, Boreal Chickadee, Redpoll and Spruce Grouse. Limited registration. Fee.
Leader: Adrian Binns
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report

March 4 (Saturday) - A GULL CHASE (starting in Florence NJ) - Full Day
 

We will search locations in New Jersey and possibly Pennsylvania for gull rarities. ( "White-wing" gulls, Lesser Black-backs, Thayer’s, California, Slaty-back and Yellow-legged Gull, etc.) We will meet at the Clark T. Carey Memorial Park in Florence NJ at 9 AM. Plan on a full day with a stop for lunch (Pizza or Wawa).
Directions
Leader: Matt Sharp
2006 Field Trip Report

March 11 (Saturday) - CONOWINGO DAM AND MUDDY RUN, PENNSYLVANIA
 

After birding the dam we will head north to Muddy Run, a Pennsylvania Power and Light reservoir.
Meet at 9AM at Fisherman’s Park.
Directions: From Route 1. Immediately after crossing the dam, turn left on Fisherman Park Road for .07 mile and follow signs to Fishermans Park.
Leader: Tom Reeves

March 12, 2006 (Sunday) – BARNEGAT LIGHT
 

This trip is designed especially for YOUNG BIRDERS (Upper Main Line Y students will be participating), although all are welcome.
The best location in New Jersey to see Harlequin Duck and Purple Sandpiper. Common Eider are regular here and we’ll look for King Eider. An assortment of ducks and loons should be found in the inlet. The dunes hold “Ipswich” Sparrow and usually Snow Buntings, and in good years longspurs. Dress warm. Meet at the lighthouse parking lot at 8:00 AM
Directions
2006 Trip Report
2005 Trip Report
Co-leaders - Chris Walters / Frank Windfelder

March 18 (Saturday) - CHERRY ISLAND LANDFILL, WILMINGTON DELAWARE
 

Join DOS for a half day trip to search for rarer gull species and study plumages at the Wilmington landfill. Access to the landfill is limited so contact the leader for details.
Meet at 7:30AM at Fox Point State Park off the EdgeMoor/Hay Rd exit on I-495. Coming from the north, the exit is about 4-5 miles past the DE/PA line, take the second exit, marked for Hay Road, follow the clover-leaf back underneath I-495, then make a left (north) onto Hay at the stop sign. Follow this to the end, straight into Fox Point Park. We go to Cherry Island Landfill, so if folks miss us at Fox Point they can head straight down Hay Road (south) to the end, right onto 12th street then quickly left into the landfill. Or they can hop back on I-495 to the next exit, left onto 12th street almost to its end, then right into the landfill.
Leader: Mike Smith

April 1 (Saturday) - SOUTH WEST NEW JERSEY (PEDRICKTOWN and MANNINGTON MARSH)
 

For possible winter stragglers (Ross' Goose, Eurasian Wigeon, blackbirds) and any early migrants (Ruffs have previously been seen on this trip).
Leader: Frank Windfelder
2006 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report
Information Sheet (*.pdf file)
Summary of trips 1997-2006 (excluding 1998, 2005) (*.pdf file)

April 9 (Sunday) - JOHN HEINZ NWR (TINICUM), PENNSYLVANIA
 

Highlights seen last year included Wood Duck, Northern Shoveler, Bufflehead, Great Egret, Northern Harrier, Bald Eagle, Osprey, Great Horned Owl, Hairy Woodpecker, Eastern Phoebe, Tree Swallow, Rough-winged Swallow, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Brown Creeper, Winter Wren
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, Brown Thrasher, Hermit Thrush, Yellow-rumped Warbler, Pine Warbler, Palm Warbler, Prairie Warbler, Black-throated Green Warbler, Fox Sparrow, Field Sparrow and Rusty Blackbird.
Meet at: Cusano Environmental Education Center at 8601 Lindbergh Blvd, Phila.
Time: 9AM
Leader: Denis Brennan
Directions
Official John Heinz NWR website
2006 Field Trip Report

April 23 (Sunday) - RIVERWINDS AND THE NATIONAL PARK DREDGE SPOILS, NEW JERSEY
  A spring morning is planned at Riverwinds and later at the Dredge Spoils site, both adjacent to Philadelphia in Gloucester County. Leader Jeff Holt has personally seen over 130 species at Riverwinds alone, and the Dredge Spoils site is excellent for nesting marsh birds. Targets for the morning will be early migrants and nesting bitterns, rails, moorhen, coot, and pied-billed grebe. Meet at 7 a.m. at Riverwinds.
Co-Leaders: Jeff Holt and Chris Walters
Information on Riverwinds
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
May 12-14 (Friday-Sunday) - BIRDING SOUTHERN DELAWARE and into MARYLAND
 

This weekend trip starts at Bombay Hook NWR on Friday morning and works south to Trap Pond State Park where you can camp or you can motel nearby. Saturday we bird Nanticoke WMA and areas around Seaford before returning to Trap Pond. Sunday, we bird the Cypress Swamps in DE and MD, then head north to the bayside areas. Interspersed throughout is a gourmet tour trying local delicacies such as crab, scrapple and muskrat. Yummy. Colin will not be at the DVOC meetings (20 April or 4 May) prior to this trip, but would like some idea of those wishing to attend this weekend trip
Leader: Colin Campbell
Information Sheet
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

May 7 (Sunday) - FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
 

For spring migrants. Meet at the hawk watch platform at 8AM
Leader: Bill Murphy
2006 Field Trip Report

May 14 (Sunday) - HAWKINS ROAD and BRIGHTVIEW FARM, BURLINGTON COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
 

The target species at Hawkins Road will be breeding Prothonotary, Worm-eating, Kentucky and Hooded Warblers and grasslands species at Brightview Farm. Meet at 6:30 AM at the bridge over Little Creek.
Leader: Don Jones
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

May 20 (Saturday) - RIDLEY CREEK STATE PARK, PENNSYLVANIA
 

For spring migrants. Expected: warblers, including Louisiana Waterthrush and possibly Kentucky Warbler; thrushes (possibly including Swainson's), vireos, flycatchers, many others. Meet at 6:30 AM at the Ridley Creek bridge on Gradyville Road (near Newtown Square, PA). We will bird until 11:00 or noon, depending on when the birds give out.
Leader: Art McMorris
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

May 21 (Sunday) - CARPENTER’S WOODS, PHILADELPHIA PENNSYLVANIA
 

For Spring migrants
Meet at 6:30 AM at the bus stop at Wayne Ave and Sedgwick St., and probably bird until 11:00 or 12:00 Noon, or until we run out of birds.
Leader: Erica Brendel
2006 Field Trip Report

May 21 (Sunday) - WESTMINSTER CEMETERY, PECO PROPERTY, WEST LAUREL HILL CEMETERY
 

We will meet at 7:30 am the entrance to Westminster Cemetery, which is just north of West Laurel Hill Cemetery on Belmont Avenue. Then we will drive into Westminster and park at the east side of that property, and then walk down into the PECO property, which is the best birding spot. Our leader had permission from PECO to bring groups of birders onto their property. Then we will go back to our vehicles and drive over to West Laurel Hill Cemetary proper for some further birding. A thorough walk through the environs will take a minimum of 2 hours.
Leader: Gregg Gorton
Directions: This birding location is in Lower Merion near the intersection of the Schuylkill Expressway (I-476) and Route 1 (City Avenue). From that intersection, go south on Route 1 to the 3d or 4th traffic light (Belmont Avenue)(just past GSB Bdg--a Chili's restaurant is on the corner). Turn right onto Belmont. Proceed past three traffic lights and past West Laurel Hill Cemetery. Shortly before the 4th traffic light (you are descending a long hill), turn right into the slightly hidden entrance to Westminster Cemetery (we'll be meeting at this entrance at 7:30 pm).
2006 Field Trip Report

June 4-14 (Sunday - Wednesday) - OREGON
 

An opportunity to join Tom Bailey, Al Driscoll, Frank Windfelder, and Don Jones on a trip to Oregon. Click here for further information. (updated 2/17)
Trip Species List

June 23-25 (Friday - Sunday) - WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA GRASSLANDS
 

For such specialty sparrow species as Henslow's, Savannah, Grasshopper, Clay-colored, and Vesper Sparrows, etc.
Leaders: Rick Mellon
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

July 15 (Saturday) - BOMBAY HOOK NWR and ENVIRONS, DELAWARE Part 1
 

Join us to witness the early part of the annual southbound shorebird migration spectacle. Meet at 7:30AM at the headquarters
Leader: Martin Selzer
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

July 29, 2006 (Saturday) - Annual Picnic
 

Our annual picnic hosted by Paul and Anita Guris. Click here for details.
2005 Picnic Report
2003 Picnic Report

August 19 (Saturday) - BOMBAY HOOK NWR and COASTAL, DELAWARE Part 2
 

A trip to catch the later wave of the shorebird migration spectacle. Meet at 7:30AM at the headquarters.
Leader: Martin Selzer
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

August 26 (Saturday) - BRANDYWINE CREEK STATE PARK, DELAWARE
 

At a good time for early warblers (Golden-winged and Mourning) and possible unusual flycatchers (Yellow-bellied or Olive-sided). Meet at the park nature center at 7:45 AM. Park fee is in effect.
Leader: Andy Ednie
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report

August 27 (Sunday) - PALMYRA COVE NATURE PARK, PALMYRA, NJ
 

We will bird for passerines, then go to the cove for waterbirds as low tide is at 10:30AM. It’s a good time for early fall migrants, such as Golden-winged and Mourning Warblers, Yellow-bellied, Least and Olive-sided Flycatchers. These are rare of course, but we're bound to find something good. Pack a lunch.
Meet in the parking lot at 6:45 AM
Leader: Frank Windfelder
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report

September 1 (Friday) - "CONFUSING FALL BIRDERS" at HIGBEE BEACH WMA, NEW JERSEY
 

Spend a morning birding the fields and forest edges looking for songbird migrants. We will sort through the fall plumages of the (hopefully) numerous migrants at this Fall hotspot. With luck we will get to see a big fallout of birds, but there should be plenty to see regardless this time of year. Emphasis will be on sorting out "confusing fall warblers". The warblers are not confused, we are. They know who they are, but we are the ones confused (sometimes anyway). Meet at the main lot at Higbee Beach WMA (the one at the end of the road) Cape May Point NJ at 7:30 AM
Leader: Mike Fritz
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

September 2 (Saturday) - JOHNSON SOD FARM IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY, NEW JERSEY
 

For an assortment of shorebirds including plovers and sandpipers. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper in 2003 and Pacific Golden Plover in 2002. Meet on Grier’s Lane, just east of Route 77 at 7:30AM
Leader: Martin Selzer
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

September 9 (Saturday) - JOHN HEINZ NWR (TINICUM), PENNSYLVANIA
 

For Bald Eagle, Blue-winged Teal, Bololink and fall warblers - Northern Parula, Yellow Warbler, Magnolia Warbler, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Black-throated Green Warbler, Palm Warbler, Black-and-White Warbler,
Redstart...... Meet at 8 AM at the Cusano Environmental Education Center
Leader: Denis Brennan
2006 Field Trip Report
Directions

September 16 (Saturday) - FALL BIRDING AT THE PALMYRA COVE NATURE PARK (BAILEY TRACT), NEW JERSEY
 

Focusing on migrating warblers anything is possible including numerous Connecticut’s. Up to 20 species of warblers have been seen in past trips at this wonderful birding location. Meet at 7:00 AM at car park.
Leader: Ward Dasey
Directions

September 17 (Sunday) - HAWK MOUNTAIN, PENNSYLVANIA
 

The skies and front should have cleared by Sunday giving us a pleasant day and potential for the first good wave of Broadwings. The Habitat Garden, next to the car park & Visitors Center can sometimes be good for a few passerines and worth checking out if you arrive early, as can walking to the North Lookout. If I miss you at the entrance to the Visitors Center (which I believe is closed at that time of morning) at 8AM, you can look for me at the North Lookout from 8:30 on (its a 25 minute walk). There are bathrooms just beyond the fee paying station (beginning of the walk to the South & North Lookout) and a short distance from the North Lookout. Bring snacks, drink, packed lunch should you wish to stay a while. A scope can certainly be useful. Remember that you are on an exposed ridge on the North Lookout and though the temps are suppose to be warm it'll likely be cool first thing, and any wind or cloudy skies can make it chilly
Leader: Adrian Binns
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report

September 18 (Monday) - MANAYUNK SWIFT ROOST, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
 

In autumn migration, huge numbers of Chimney Swifts roost in chimneys of certain schools in the Roxborough/Manayunk area. The best site this year seems to be the chimney ofJohn Story Jenks School at 8310 Germantion Avenue in Philadelphia (Germantown and Southampton Avenues in Chestnut Hill). The birds have been going down the chimney just before dark, so people should get there around 6:45 PM when the birds begin to gather. There is some street parking behind the school, as well as a parking lot (free in the evening) next to the Verizon building across Germantown Avenue from the school. Swifts can be viewed from the rear of the school playground or from across Germantown Avenue near Southampton. Jane will be in the playground.
Leader: Jane Henderson
Location of the John Story Jenks Elementary School
Leader: Jane Henderson
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
Video of 2003 Roost (Six second clip in *.avi format - 436 KB. Best viewed with Windows Media Player)
Ornithological Studies Presentation on Chimney Swifts

September 30 (Saturday) - TUCKERTON MARSHES, NEW JERSEY
 

For Sharp-tailed Sparrows. We should get great looks at Salt Marsh Sharp-tails as well as being able to compare all races of Nelson’s. A walk along 7 Bridges Road will add additional species. We have gotten Clay-colored Sparrow in several years. Bring high boots or wellies. Pack a lunch if you will follow us to Brigantine afterwards. Meet at the end of 7 Bridges Road at 7:30 sharp!
Leader: Frank Windfelder
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report
Summary of trips 1997-2006 (excluding 2002) (*.pdf file)

October 21 (Saturday) - BIRDING THE NATIVE GRASSLANDS AT THE PENNYPACK TRUST, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA
 

Tour the native grasslands at Pennypack Trust for sparrows and other grassland birds. Notable recent finds there include Dickcissel, Orange-crowned Warbler and Vesper Sparrow. Savannah Sparrows are abundant. The area is also good for raptors. Meet at 8 am at the Creek Road entrance off Terwood Road, 1.2 miles south of Edgehill Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA. Contact leader for driving instructions or go to their web site where a map can be found.
Leader: Shaun Kass
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report

November 4 (Saturday) - PHILADEPHIA ZOO, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA
 

Please contact Adrian Binns to sign up. It is mandatory to sign up in advance.

Meet at the Zoo at 9AM. We’ll enter the zoo through the iron gates that lead to the Shelly Building rather than the main gates because it will be before hours. There is a small courtyard we can meet in just inside the zoo in front of the building. We’ll walk around the grounds to view the outdoor exhibits and monitor any wild bird activity. At 10AM we will meet Wendy Lenhart who will give us a brief introduction on the new developments in the McNeil Aviary (aka the new birdhouse). Wendy we then show us some of the birds that she takes care of in the Jungle Bird Walk, an indoor tropical aviary which has a hodgepodge of species including: Victoria Crowned Pigeons, Emerald Starlings, Nicobar Pigeons, Palawan Peacock Pheasant, Ringed Teal, Fairy Bluebirds, Yellow-vented Bulbul, Blue-necked Tanager, Blue-gray Tanager, Blue and yellow Tanager, White-lined Tanager, Mariana Fruit Doves, Fairy Lorikeet, and Pacific Parrotlet. Outside, she cares for a pair of Hooded Cranes, a pair of Andean Condors, and her favorite, a pair of Southern Ground Hornbills, which we’ll likely get to feed along with the Humbolt Penguins. There will also be a training demo with another keeper so we can see the work she does with the Inca Terns and Hammerkops. Following our presentations (expect a couple of hours) you can have the rest of the day to check out the rest of the zoo!
Parking fee applies. You should park in the Shelly Building lot which is the parking lot between the brick building (Shelly) and the Zoo Balloon. This is along 34th street
Limited Free Entrance Passes on a first come first served sign up basis only.
2006 Field Trip Report

November 4 (Saturday) - BAKE OVEN KNOB, PENNSYLVANIA
 

For raptors and possible Golden Eagle and Goshawk. Meet at parking lot at 8:30AM and bring lunch.
Leaders : Frank Windfelder, Bill Murphy
Directions
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

November 11 (Saturday) - SAWWHET OWL BANDING at HIDDEN VALLEY, PENNSYLVANIA
 

Join Scott Weidensaul at his banding station along the Kittitany Ridge on Second Mountain in Schuylkill County during the peak of Saw-whet migration. Meet at the banding station at 6:30PM. Dress warmly. Expect to be out till 11PM. Limited to 15 participants (contact Adrian Binns to sign up)
Directions
Leader: Adrian Binns
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report
2004 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

November 18 (Saturday) - FRANKLIN'S AND CALIFORNIA GULL TRIP (half day)
 

These Western species are most likely to turn up in late fall. We will make a special trip to search for these rarities. This is also a good chance to study plumage and molt in Gulls at a time when at least Herring Gulls are actively molting and most people do not look at gulls. Meet at 8:30; location to be announced.
Leader: Matt Sharp
2006 Field Trip Report
2005 Field Trip Report

November 24-26 (Friday-Sunday) - NIAGARA FALLS GULL AND WATERFOWL EXTRAVAGANZA, ONTARIO, CANADA
 

(This field trip was cancelled)
To watch the gull spectacle on the Niagara River at a time when they congregate in tremendous numbers. There is good chance of a dozen species, as we search for California, Thayer’s, Little, Black-headed and one never knows even the possibility of a Ross’. Large numbers of waterfowl can also be seen. Leave in the early hours of Friday and return late evening Sunday. Shared expenses.
Leader: Adrian Binns
2005 Field Trip Report
2003 Field Trip Report

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