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Tracking Pages Updated - June 14th 

First Northern Michigan Birding Gathering - An Overview
Forground: My son Keith, My daughter Kierstyn, Myself
Background: Jill, Bert's Husband, Bert, Kim
Debbi took the picture. Mitch also joined us,however, he had to leave before we took the picture.

Finally, I can report back on the field trip to Debbi's home. We had a wonderful time meeting together and birdwatching on Debbi's property. She and her husband live in a paradise. It is no small task getting to their home as they live app. 2 miles down an all but two track road. I think the highlight of the bird outing was the opportunity to view a Bluebird couple and their nesting sight in an old stump not 3 feet off the ground. It was the first time I'd seen Bluebirds nesting in a "natural" housing. Thank you so very much Debbi for having us over. It was a very pleasant day. Here's a listing of our sightings : 

Yellow Rumped Warbler
Black and White Warbler
Rose-Breasted Grosbeak
Robins
Great Crested Flycatcher
Chick-a-dees
Crow
Bluejays
Baltimore Orioles
R. W. Blackbirds
Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
Wood Thrush
Ovenbird
Song Sparrow
Turkey
CowBirds
Turkey Vulture
Geat Blue Heron
Eastern Bluebird
Kingbird
Tree Sparrow
Chipping Sparrow
Grackle
Hairy Woodpecker 
New Registered Members - 
    A. Vilas - Manistee County - 6/5/98
    message: have been listing birds in Oakland (belong to Oakland Audubon

    since 1981 and  from Betsie River in Manistee since 1993. Did you know 
    the river is named for le bec scie, the saw toothed duck =merganser? I 
    think I saw a northern three toed woodpecker on May 30. av 
    Jim Porter - Leelanau County - 5/29/98
    My place of 11 acres is with pond, cedar swamp, highlands, and some hardwood growth. Excellent habitat for birds. Presently wood ducks in pond, green herons, and usual flow of paserines. Indigos, Rose Breasted Grossmans (story later),..will stay tuned.

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