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  1. M

    ABA Big Year 2018

    Game on then !
  2. M

    ABA Big Year 2018

    So other than presumably Smith’s Longspur, has Nicole got any other year list targets in the next two weeks ?
  3. M

    ABA Big Year 2018

    La Sagra’s Flycatcher in Florida plus the 3 species mentioned in post 84- so lots for Nicole to chase when she returns. Would still need 12-15 to get to the total of John W, which seems a big ask?
  4. M

    ABA Big Year 2018

    Am I right in thinking that the most gettable ones left for Nicole are Smiths Longspur, American Flamingo and Barnacle Goose ? Any chance of her getting near Olaf’s 778 by the end of the year?
  5. M

    ABA Big Year 2018

    Nicole seems to be about to get the third highest continental ABA total but is about 10 short from Hawaii compared to previous big years ? Is she intending on going back ?
  6. M

    2017 Western Palearctic Big Year

    Bit late in the day but try this http://thedancingbirder.com
  7. M

    2017 Western Palearctic Big Year

    No longer on Corvo apparently
  8. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Per eBird Olaf got the Bluetail Dec 29th so that's 776+2(778)plays 777+4(781)
  9. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S33115842 https://m.facebook.com/groups/444762565584392?view=permalink&id=1276011092459531 And finally a new blog post by John
  10. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    So just Purple Sand ( code 1) and Dovekie and Mottled Petrel (code 2) missing Christian still missing Dovekie
  11. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    How about the Cuban Vireo ? Also it looks like it was a bad decision of Olaf not to go to Alaska in May - (Smew, PT Snipe, Com Sand and LTStint)
  12. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Interesting comment from Olaf on facebook on Brambling and Kelp Gull... ""Yea on brambling I said why waste effort chasing brambling get one easy in Alaska. Well they were scarce up there. On kelp gull most of the time in January if you look on narba what was being called kelp gull was great...
  13. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    And Christian just got his Barnacle Goose (749+2)
  14. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    New blog post up from Olaf- his numbers still seem awry? 772+4 ? He hasn't seemed to have added the la Sagres Flycatcher into the main total from previous blog posts and am guessing has added in the spot-billed duck into the +4 ? He's on his way to Washington...
  15. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    John finally has his list on ebird http://ebird.org/ebird/top100?locInfo.regionCode=aba&yr=cur
  16. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Olaf got the Common Shelduck and has both Rustic Bunting and Brambling to chase now.....
  17. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Christian got Little Gull today per twitter 747+2
  18. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Christian got Pink Footed Goose ( per Twitter)
  19. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Per Twitter - Christian got his Mountain Plover.
  20. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    http://narba.org/big-year-standings
  21. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    http://ebird.org/ebird/top100?locInfo.regionCode=US&yr=cur
  22. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    Per eBird Olaf has the Chickadee (August 12th) and per Facebook there is a Sharp Tailed Sand in Michigan (since August 11) which I think they all need still.
  23. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    John got Bairds Sand for 752+2 on 18th July per E-bird. Agreed that Olaf on 751+1 upto 19th July.
  24. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    And per E-bird Olaf now has Grey-Tailed Tatter (19th July) which probably more importantly it's one that John already had.
  25. M

    ABA Big Year 2016

    New blog post - http://olafsbigyear.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/finding-utopia.html?m=1
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