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    Cassia Crossbill

    I thought I wrote a reply, Dave. See above. Let me know if you don't receive it. I'm new to this site.
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    Cassia Crossbill

    Thanks, Dave, for getting back to me with positive news, as promised. I have another friend who saw them a couple years ago in September in Porcupine Creek Campground not far from Diamondfield Jack. Did you camp in that area or stay in a motel or just move on....?
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    Cassia Crossbill

    Really good advice! Thanks.
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    Cassia Crossbill

    What a neat coincidence! Let me know how it goes. Since they're there all year, it should be relatively easy.
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    Cassia Crossbill

    Thanks, Scott! Sounds like perfect timing for my trip plans.
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    Cassia Crossbill

    Hello! I decided it's time to look for this bird, which would be a lifer in North America. I recently finally saw the Gunnison Sage-Grouse. Another odd lifer in North America. When is the best time of year to see the crossbill? Where in southern Idaho are some reliable locations? Thanks for...
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    HELLO! I currently live in Bisbee, AZ. Travel is my passion, especially when it involves a life bird. I've been a lot of places around the world.

    Hello! I currently live in Bisbee, AZ. It's my base camp. Travel is my passion, especially when it involves a life bird. I've been a lot of places on the planet. Lately, though, I've been chasing North American lifers like the Gunnison Sage-Grouse. My next target is The Cassia Crossbill...
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