Clarion County Records

360-01-2017 Sabine’s Gull Clarion/Venango

Species: Sabine’s Gull (Xema sabini)

Number of Individuals observed: 1

Date of Sighting: 9/6/2017

County :   Clarion/Venango

Location : Clarion Access Ramp, Kahle Lake

GPS Coordinates: 41.231990, -79.646598

Observer(s): Geoff Malosh

Date of Submission:   3/21/2018

Submitted by: Geoff Malosh

Written Description:  Yes   Photo:  Yes  Specimen:     no   Recording: no

eBird Checklists:  https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S39053320  https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S39022051  https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S39039208

 

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Posted in Accepted, Class I - Photograph, Completed

009-02-2017 Eared Grebe Clarion

Species: Eared Grebe (Podiceps nigricolis)

Number of Individuals observed:  1

Date of Sighting:  4/1/2017

County :   Clarion

Location :  Kahle Lake, South Boat Launch

GPS Coordinates:  41.23303, -79.64593

Observer(s):  Michael David

Date of Submission:  9/2/2018

Submitted by:  Michael David

Written Description:             Yes     Photo:            No       Specimen:     no   Recording:  no

eBird Checklist: https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S35638843

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Posted in Accepted, Class III, Completed

200-01-2016 Gyrfalcon Clarion

Species: Gyrfalcon (Falco rusticolus)

Number of Individuals observed: 1

Date of Sighting: 2/20/2016

County :   Clarion

Location : Rt. 36, approx.. 2-4 miles west of Tylersburg

GPS Coordinates:

Observer(s): Philip Smith, Taylor Smith, Laurel Smith

Date of Submission:   2/26/2016

Submitted by: Philip Smith

Written Description:  Yes   Photo:  Yes (video)  Specimen:     no   Recording: no

Video:  IMG_4689

 

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Posted in Accepted, Class I - Photograph, Completed

694-01-2007 Bohemian Waxwing

This bird was found near Knox, Clarion County and photographed by Mike Weible. Note the rufous undertail coverts, the rusty ‘wash’ on the face, and the white wing markings. This photo shows the overall grayish coloration in addition to the the white wing markings, the rufous undertail coverts, and the rusty ‘wash’ on the face.

Bohemian Waxwing — near Knox, Clarion County; December 9, 2007. Photos by Mike Weible.

Another photo showing the larger size and grayish coloration compared to the smaller Cedar Waxwing in the upper right. Also note the difference in the undertail coverts.

Another photo showing the larger size and grayish coloration compared to the smaller Cedar Waxwing in the upper right. Also note the difference in the undertail coverts.

This photo shows the larger size compared to the smaller Cedar Waxwings in the lower left corner. Note the Cedar Waxwings’ yellowish bellies and light undertail coverts compared to that of the Bohemian’s.


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Posted in Accepted, Class I - Photograph, Completed
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