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15 hours ago, Aidan B said:

California is too much! I couldn't decide which list was best, so I just made a Trip report. I found 142 species yesterday without leaving the borders of my county. I added six year birds as well, so my list for this year is now at 233. 

https://ebird.org/tripreport/41749

Pretty good list, I would have got 16 lifers.

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15 hours ago, Aidan B said:

California is too much! I couldn't decide which list was best, so I just made a Trip report. I found 142 species yesterday without leaving the borders of my county. I added six year birds as well, so my list for this year is now at 233. 

https://ebird.org/tripreport/41749

Looks like an amazing day! This Midwesterner would have gotten 40 lifers from that 😯

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15 hours ago, Aidan B said:

California is too much! I couldn't decide which list was best, so I just made a Trip report. I found 142 species yesterday without leaving the borders of my county. I added six year birds as well, so my list for this year is now at 233. 

https://ebird.org/tripreport/41749

Wow! I've never seen 142 species in a day. I would have picked up one lifer, and a couple dozen state birds.

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7 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Nice! Would've gotten seven lifers from the waterfowl.

Really? Haha come to Michigan and I'll meet ya here. These are basically all normal water foul that are there like most of the time during migration season. (except Redhead, that is a bit less common. And sort of Greater Scaup but those come through more later I think)

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25 minutes ago, Tanager 101 said:

Really? Haha come to Michigan and I'll meet ya here. These are basically all normal water foul that are there like most of the time during migration season. (except Redhead, that is a bit less common. And sort of Greater Scaup but those come through more later I think)

Well, the problem is just that I haven't really gotten lucky. It's not that easy to get a lot of species here in inland upstate NY, and I've only seen four species of duck- American Black Duck, Mallard, Common Merganser, and Wood Duck.

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1 hour ago, PalmWarbler said:

Lol, I still need that.

Really?? Haha come here and they are basically guarenteed at Shiawassee in the summer.

1 hour ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

They are the most common duck species along the Mohawk River in the summer. Come here! 

Hmmmm maybe I will...................(If random person shows up at your door, it might be me😉)

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