Monday, March 01, 2010

Michigan Birds and Natural History

Issue 4 (September-October) of Volume 16 (2009) of Michigan Birds and Natural History, a publication of the Michigan Audubon Society, arrived in my mail box on this past Saturday. Contents are as follows:
  • Dr. Laurence Charles Binford 1935—2009, by Joe Kaplan. Pp. 157-158.–A brief remembrance.

  • Recent bird records from the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, by Laurence C. Binford. Pp. 159-186.—This update of Binford (2006) lists subsequent records for 229 species through spring 2009, and notes their significance.

  • Michigan Bird Survey, spring 2009 (March—May), by Jack Reinoehl. Pp. 187-223.—Reports on 308 species reported during the period, including first Michigan record of Fish Crow. Smith’s Longspur was seen in exceptional numbers, while Ross’s Goose, Cattle Egret, and American Avocet were also seen in very unusual numbers.
  • Citation:

    Binford, Laurence C. 2006. Birds of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan. Miscellaneous Publication of the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology 195, 307 pp. [.PDF]

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