North American Birds

VOLUME 70 NO1 2017

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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4 4 N O R T H A M E R I C A N B I R D S 132 Pictorial Highlights Pictorial Highlights 1 • There were three Say's Phoebes found in the Atlantic Provinces region this season. This one was at East Point, Prince Edward Island on 29 August. The second was at The Hawk, Cape Sable I., Nova Scotia, 5–6 September, and the third was found at Miscou I., Gloucester, New Brunswick, 6 September. Photo by © Paul Jones. 2 • There was plenty of excitement generated by this adult Ross's Gull, which put in sporadic appearances at Escoumins, Québec 6 August–15 October (here 19 Septem- ber). Photo by © Suzanne Labbé. 3 • North Carolina's third Sage Thrasher was found and photographed at Warren Wilson College, Buncombe, 31 October, and remained through 6 November. Photo by © James Poling. 4 • Since Nova Scotia's first Crested Caracara in March 2013, this species has been sighted multiple times from one end of the province to the other. At least two, but possibly three, turned up in that province this season. This one was at Meaghers Grant, HRM 19–20 October (here 19). Photo by © Lowell Brady. 5 • You've got mail! This Clark's Nutcracker delivered joy to local residents and photographers as it made its rounds in rural Winona, Minnesota 7 September– 10 October (here 4 October). Photo by © Gerald Hoekstra. 6 • This pristine adult Long-tailed Jaeger, photographed on 29 August, remained high in the mountains on Big Bear Lake, San Bernardino, California 23–31 August. Photo by © Matt Grube. 1 2 3 5 4 6

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