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Newfoundland and Labrador's spring rarities (1 Viewer)

Peter C.

...just zis guy, you know?
Too bad there don’t seem to be any active Birdforum members from the island of Newfoundland anymore, because they’re having one heck of a spring migration out there on the Rock - mostly courtesy of the WP.

So far, just in the east (St. John’s and the Avalon Penninsula), they’ve had two Common Redshank, several Black-tailed Godwits, a Northern Wheatear, and over 150 European Golden-plovers! Plus a few slightly more domestic species, like Ross’ Gull.

I’m a couple of thousand km. west of there, but even I am going to start checking the fields for funny-looking plovers…

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