|January 24, 1999
All kinds of new photos today! All the North American
birds have been placed in the state/province
with the highest breeding density. Don
DesJardin's Common Snipe goes to Idaho, and
the Dusky-capped Flycatcher only breeds in Arizona.
Galvan got all his great photos mounted on the Web,
and has contributed a Red-Shouldered Hawk
for Texas, a Red-tailed Hawk to Oklahoma,
a Loggerhead Shrike for Kansas, a Pileated Woodpecker
for Arkansas and an Acorn Woodpecker to California.
Bittner has offered photos of a Red-necked
Parakeet for Peru,
and a Blue-crowned Parakeet for Bolivia.
and Kitty Kampf have taken some marvellous
photos of Southern Hemisphere birds: Torrent
Ducks and a Dolphin Gull for Chili, Gentoo Penguins
and Snowy Sheathbill for Argentina, and Black-browed
Albatross, Cape Petrel, and the Antarctic Shag from Antarctica.
They also provided some wonderful shots of a Spoonbill Sandiper for Korea,
and a Steppe Eagle for Israel.