[Ontbirds] Call for OBRC reports

Mark Cranford mark.cranford at rogers.com
Fri Jan 14 12:54:29 EST 2011


The Ontario Bird Records Committee has received many reports this year 
that are in the process of being reviewed so that they can be published 
in the OBRC Annual Report this summer in Ontario Birds. Many sightings 
are well documented including the Black-whistling Whistling-Duck from 
Prince Edward County, Chuck-Will's-Widow from the Carden Alvar, 
Scissor-tailed Flycatcher from Luther Marsh, Pacific Loons from Oshawa 
and two White-faced Ibis (adult and juvenile) from Essex County last 
May.  There remain other OBRC reviewable birds that may be lacking 
documentation.

It is never too late to submit a report to the OBRC. But if you would 
like to see it reviewed and published in the coming Annual Report now is 
the time to submit any outstanding reports.

For more information about the Ontario Bird Records Committee including 
links to the Northern Ontario, Southern Ontario and Recognizable Forms 
Review Lists. Please visit http://www.ofo.ca/obrc/obrc.php

-- 
Mark Cranford
Secretary (non-voting)
Ontario Bird Records Committee
Mississauga, Ont.

mark.cranford at rogers dot com





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