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Bird Observer, Volume 28, Issue 6 (2000)

Bird Observer


Staff. 362.
Contents. 363.
Dunback Meadow and Adjacent Areas, Lexington, MA. 364-370.
Marjorie Rines.
Significant Recent Nesting Records from Essex County, Part 1. 371-377.
Jim Berry.
The Wired Birder: Bird Alerts. 378-382.
David M. Larson.
Tricolored Herons and Great Egrets Use Double-crested Cormorants as Beaters While Foraging. 383-385.
William E. Davis, Jr.
Yard Birds. 386.
Linda Nachtrab.
Young Birders: Close Encounters of the Avian Kind. 387-388.
Andrew P Brissette.
Young Birders: The Benefits of Bird Banding. 389-390.
Yelena Samsonenko.
Field Notes: Ring-billed Gull Piracy of Bufflehead. 391-394.
Mark Lynch.
Hot Birds. 395.
David Larson, Tanya Toole, Diana Muir.
Pocket Places: Bennett Meadows Wildlife Management Area, Northfield. 396-399.
Vince Yurkunas.
Wallace Bailey: The Passing of a Giant. 400-401.
Wayne R. Petersen.
Wetlands, Migratory Birds, and Ecotourism Workshop. 402-403.
David M. Larson.
About Books: Three Contenders. 404-407.
Mark Lynch.
A Million Raptors. 407.
Charles Duncan.
News from MassWildlife. 408-409.
Bill Davis.
Bird Sightings: July-August 2000. 410-424.
Jim Berry, Seth Kellogg, Marjorie Rines, Robert Stymeist.
Index to Volumes 27 and 28, 1999 and 2000. 426-430.
Brooke Stevens.
About the Cover: Western Grebe. 431-432.
William E. Davis, Jr.
At a Glance: October 2000. 433-435.
Wayne R. Petersen.
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