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  1. Ian Lewis

    Nebraska 2015

    Thanks for the information, we arrived at Kearney this afternoon and went straight out to see the cranes. Bitter wind but a real spectacle. Will follow up your information. Shame I didn't check the internet on arrival at Denver last night but was too tired after 20 hours of travel. Lets hope...
  2. Ian Lewis

    Nebraska 2015

    Many thanks, looks like I have a chance. We arrive in Nebraska on 26th March. That and Trumpeter Swan are the only life birds I might get in Nebraska, the other 12 or so I could pick up are in the Colorado portion of the trip whch starts on April 1st. If we succeed in seeing all we want to in...
  3. Ian Lewis

    Nebraska 2015

    Dear Tero and Bkrownd, thanks for the replies. The winter only occurrance of American Tree Sparrow over much of the Lower 48 is why it is (along with Baird's) the only North american sparrow I have yet to see. Do they favour a particular habitat or is there any special areas I should be...
  4. Ian Lewis

    Nebraska 2015

    My wife and I will be in Nebraska staying in Kearney, Nebraska from March 26 - 29th. Our main aim is to enjoy the large concentrations of cranes and wikdfowl but also would like to ask if anyone has come across any Trumpeter Swans or American Tree Sparrows recently - both of which would be...
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