North American Birds

VOLUME 69 NO3 2016

A Quarterly Journal of Ornithological Record Published by the American Birding Association. The mission of the journal is to provide a complete overview of the changing panorama of our continent’s birdlife.

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Contents Contents S P R I N G M I G R A T I O N : M A R C H T H R O U G H M A Y 2 0 1 5 N E S T I N G S E A S O N : J U N E T H R O U G H J U L Y 2 0 1 5 N O R T H A M E R I C A N B I R D S • A M E R I C A N B I R D I N G A S S O C I A T I O N • V O L U M E 6 9 • N U M B E R S 3 / 4 • 2 0 1 6 ON THE COVERS: FRONT - Populations of the marvelous Akohekohe, like most of Hawaii's native landbirds, appear to be declining rapidly in the twenty-first century. This one was photographed foraging at The Nature Conservancy's Waikamoi Preserve on the Island of Maui 9 November 2014. The journal's editors are delighted to see the Hawaiian Islands join the ABA Area in 2016. The first Hawaiian Islands regional report in American Birds was published in 1977. Photograph by Jack Jeffrey. BACK - Murphy's Petrel (Pterodroma ultima) 138 km west of Point St. George, Del Norte County, California, 13 May 2015. This was one of 121 Murphy's Petrels seen that day from a cruise ship off the California and Oregon coasts. Photograph by Ilya Povalyaev. 314 316 342 516 357 359 362 367 374 377 379 383 385 390 397 401 409 416 421 424 427 430 432 439 447 450 452 459 465 467 471 475 482 489 496 499 503 508 512 Editors' Notebook Pelagic Birds From Cruise Ships Along The Pacific Coast: Southern California To Southeastern Alaska, 1995-2016 Paul E. Lehman Changing Seasons: Retrospect Edward S. Brinkley Pictorial Highlights Atlantic Provinces & St. Pierre Et Miquelon David Seeler Québec Pierre Bannon, Olivier Barden, Normand David, and Samuel Denault New England SPRING: Greg Hanisek SUMMER: Wayne R. Petersen Hudson-Delaware Tom Reed , Shaibal S. Mitra, Robert O. Paxton, and Frank Rohrbacher Middle Atlantic Arun Bose, Ellison Orcutt, and Robert Ostrowski Southern Atlantic David & Meghan Hedeen, Robert Sattelmeyer, and Josh Southern Florida Michael Brothers Ontario Blake A. Mann Eastern Highlands & Upper Ohio River Valley Victor W. Fazio III and Tom Johnson Illinois & Indiana James D. Hengeveld, Keith A. McMullen, and Geoffrey A. Williamson Western Great Lakes SPRING: Adam M. Byrne SUMMER: Peder H. Svingen Iowa & Missouri SPRING: Ryan N. Douglas and Joshua P. Uffman SUMMER: James J. Dinsmore Tennessee & Kentucky Chris Sloan and Brainard Palmer-Ball, Jr. Alabama & Mississippi SPRING: Steven W. McConnell SUMMER: John A. Trent Arkansas & Louisiana Paul Conover and Kenny Nichols Northern Canada & Greenland Cameron D. Eckert Prairie Provinces Rudolf F. Koes and Peter Taylor Northern Great Plains Ron Martin Southern Great Plains Joseph A. Grzybowski and W. Ross Silcock Texas SPRING: Mark W. Lockwood and Eric Carpenter SUMMER: Mark W. Lockwood, Eric Carpenter and Randy Pinkston Colorado & Wyoming Tony Leukering and Matt Fraker Idaho & Western Montana David Trochlell New Mexico Sartor O. Williams III Arizona Mark M. Stevenson and Gary H. Rosenberg Great Basin Rick Fridell Alaska Thede Tobish British Columbia Chris Charlesworth Oregon & Washington David S. Irons, Brad Waggoner, and Ryan J. Merrill Northern California Jeff N. Davis, Ed Pandolfino, Stephen C. Rottenborn, and Michael M. Rogers Southern California Guy McCaskie and Kimball L. Garrett Baja California Peninsula Richard A. Erickson, Roberto Carmona, and Gorgonio Ruiz-Campos Mexico Héctor Gómez de Silva Central America H. Lee Jones, Oliver Komar, and John van Dort West Indies & Bermuda Robert L. Norton, Anthony White, Andrew Dobson, and Anthony Levesque Hawaiian Islands Lance Tanino THE REGIONAL REPORTS A long way from home, this White-tailed Kite found by the photogra- pher at in Fauquier County, Virginia 1 June 2015 (here) began building a nest during its twenty-day stay. The state had just three sight re- cords, from 1988, 1998, and 2004. Photograph by Amy Johnson. V O L U M E 6 9 ( 2 0 1 6 ) • N U M B E R S 3 / 4

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