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Bird Observer, Volume 28, Issue 2 (2000)

Bird Observer


Staff. 66.
Contents. 67.
Culture and Seabird Conservation Work Together Along the North Shore of the Gulf of the Lawrence. 68-72.
Kathleen A. Blanchard.
Studying the Design of Bird Refuges Along the Connecticut River. 73-75.
Robert J. Craig.
Birds and Divorce. 76-81.
William Moskoff.
Birding Spots in Carlisle, Massachusetts: Great Book Farm State Park and Cranberry Bog Conservation Lands. 82-91.
J. Thomas Brownrigg, D ’Ann W. Brownrigg.
Young Birders: Massachusetts Audubon Birdathon of 1999. 92-93.
Joseph Moffett.
Hot Birds. 94.
Joseph McLaughlin, Don Crockett.
Yard Birds. 95-98.
Alan Strauss, Elise Caswell, Cape Neddick, Scott Cronenweth, Rebecca Lovejoy, Richard S. Heil, Bob Mayer, Glenn d ’Entremont, David Larson, Susan Carlson.
Field Notes: A Massachusetts Yellow Rail Experience and Robber Blue Jay. 99-100.
Dan Furbish, Susan Carlson, David Larson.
About Books: Looking Back: E.H. Forbush and Other Treasures. 101-104.
Dorothy R. Arvidson.
The 100th Christmas Bird Count 12/16/99 - 1/3/00. 105-118.
Marjorie W. Rines, Robert H. Stymeist.
Bird Sightings: November-December 1999. 119-137.
Jim Berry, Seth Kellogg, Simon A. Perkins, Marjorie W. Rines, Robert H. Stymeist.
About the Cover: Wood Duck. 138-140.
William E. Davis, Jr.
At a Glance. 141-143.
Wayne R. Petersen.
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