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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    welcome September 24 2003 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m State College Municipal Building Room 201 Program Our guest speaker will be Jack Farster who will present a program on the peregrine falcons in Harrisburg October 19 2003 Sunday Field Trip Stone Mountain Hawk Watch 9 00 a m to Leader Greg Grove Carpoolers meet at the Omega Bank at the Westerly Parkway shopping center by 9 00 am All levels of bird watchers are welcome October 22 2003 wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m State College Municipal Building Room 201 Program Our guest speaker will be Dan Ombalski who will present a program on the Tussey Mountain hawk watch and the Raptor Migration Model November 2 2003 Sunday Field Trip Bald Eagle State Park Rain date is November 9 Sunday Carpoolers meet at the Omega Bank at the Westerly Parkway shopping center by 7 30 AM for car pooling over to the Bald Eagle High School parking lot or meet at the west end of the Bald Eagle High School parking lot off Rt 150 between 8 and 8 15 a m Leader Bob Snyder All levels of bird watchers are welcome November 12 2003 Wednesday Regular

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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    15 p m State College Municipal Building Program The Special Areas Project at Bald Eagle State Park by Bob Snyder State College Bird Club February 26 2003 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 15 p m State College Municipal Building Program Assessing the Status of Sharp shinned Hawks by Nick Bolgiano State College Bird Club March 25 2003 Tuesday Change of Date Regular Meeting Time and Location to be Announced Program Wind

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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    just down Allen Street a very short distance south from Schlow September 15 2002 Sunday Field trip Stone Mt Hawkwatch Meet Molly Heath at Omega Bank on Westerly Parkway near the Weis store The group will depart there at 9 45 sharp on Sunday More details will be posted to the scbirdcl listserv group September 25 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 15 p m State College Municipal Building Program Research on Grassland Birds and Their Use of Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program Fields by Kevin Wentworth Penn State University October 23 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 15 p m State College Municipal Building Program Tiputini Biodiversity Station in Ecuador by Chuck Yohn Director of Juniata College Field Station November 3 2002 Sunday Field Trip Birds of Bald Eagle State Park waterfowl early winter birds 8 00 a m 12 00 p m Leaders Bob Snyder Meet 8 00 a m at Bald Eagle Area High School in Wingate lower parking lot between the high school and the elementary school OR carpoolers meet Molly Heath at 7 30 a m at the Westerly Parkway Plaza behind Omega Bank for carpooling to Bald Eagle Area High School November 13 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting

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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    7 30 a m at Westerly Parkway Plaza behind Omega Bank In case of inclement weather the alternate date will be Sunday March 3 February 27 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Room 201 in the new State College Borough Building on South Allen St Program Saw whet Owls by Jennifer Brackbill Shaver s Creek Nature Center March 17 2002 Sunday Field Trip Birding at Bald Eagle State Park 8 00 a m until 1 00 p m Meet at Bald Eagle Area High School Parking Lot may car pool at Westerly Parkway Plaza near Omega Bank at 7 30 a m Leader Bob Snyder March 23 2002 Saturday Field Trip Local Owls 7 30 p m to about 10 00 p m Meet at Westerly Parkway Plaza behind Omega Bank at 7 30 p pm Leader Jim Dunn March 27 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Room 201 in the new State College Borough Building on South Allen St Program Falconry by Karl Striedieck local falconer April 20 2002 Saturday Field Trip Bald Eagle State Park and possibly Curtin wetlands 8 00 a m to noon Meet at Bald Eagle State Park Office between 7 45 and 8 a m at the may car pool at Westerly Parkway Plaza near Omega Bank at 7 00 a m Leader Bob Snyder April 24 2002 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Room 201 in the new State College Borough Building on South Allen St Program Our Federal Public Lands Wildlife Habitat or Livestock Pasture by Mike Hudak Director Public Lands Without Livestock April 28 2002 Sunday Field Trip Bald Eagle State Park Big Day waterfowl spring migrants Contact Eugene Zielinski for information Midnight until midnight but mostly in the morning Picnic meeting at noon pavilion on

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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    Center Fraser Street Parking Garage Program Popular Birding Spots in Florida and Louisiana by Bob Snyder December 13 2001 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m State College Senior Citizen s Center Fraser Street Parking Garage Program Planning for State College and Bald Eagle Christmas Counts dates and details to be announced and Holiday Party Please bring a favorite holiday goodie to share Please share this information with club members who do not have access to email or the web Directions for Stone Mt Hawkwatch Take Rt 26 south from State College through Pine Grove Mills Rt 26 makes a left turn at a flashing traffic light and goes up over Tussey Mt At this point you pass into Huntingdon Co Continue south on Rt 26 to the town of McAlevy s Fort As you enter McAlevy s Fort you pass a fire station on the right go over a bridge and come to a STOP sign At the stop sign turn left onto Rt 305 also now called Greenwood Road Proceed approx 0 7 miles passing a large brick church on the left and then immediately turn right leaving 305 onto paved Barr road Continue on this winding road for 0 6 mile then turn left onto paved Davis road Follow Davis road about 1 2 miles down to East Branch road there are no possible prior turns off Davis road Turn right onto E Branch road Follow for 1 6 miles to a left turn onto Allensville road dirt but drivable except in snow ice conditions Follow Allensville road three miles to the very top of Stone Mt along the way up ignore a left and then 2 right hand turns At the top park on the left just before the Huntingdon Mifflin County line marker Follow the

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  • Current Meeting and Trip Schedule
    at 7 15 a m at Westerly Parkway Plaza behind Omega Bank Febuary 28 2001 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Schlow Library Program Birds and Highways by Carmen T Santasania president of Pennsylvania Audubon March 28 2001 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Schlow Library Program Trends in Christmas Bird Counts by Nick Bolgiano compiler of State College Christmas Bird count April 1 2001 Sunday Field Trip Woodcocks and Local Owls 7 45 p m until 9 45 p m Leader Molly Heath with Eugene Zielinski Meet at Westerly Parkway Plaza behind Omega Bank April 22 2001 Saturday Bald Eagle Big Day waterfowl spring migrants Contact Eugene Zielinski for information Midnight until midnight but mostly in the morning Picnic meeting at noon pavilion on Skyline Drive April 22 2001 Saturday Field Trip Birds of Bald Eagle State Park 8 00 a m until noon Leader Bob Snyder Meet at Bald Eagle Area High School lower lot between the high school and the elementary school April 25 2001 Wednesday Regular Meeting 7 00 p m Schlow Library Program Birds of Costa Rica by Alice Ted and Roana Fuller with Molly Heath May 12 2001 Saturday Combined State College

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  • Bird checklist (taxonomic)
    Harrier Northern Hawk Sharp shinned Hawk Cooper s Goshawk Northern Hawk Red shouldered Hawk Broad winged Hawk Red tailed Hawk Rough legged Eagle Golden Kestrel American Merlin Falcon Peregrine Pheasant Ring necked Grouse Ruffed Turkey Wild Bobwhite Northern Rail King Rail Virginia Sora Moorhen Common Coot American Plover Black bellied Golden Plover American Plover Semipalmated Killdeer Yellowlegs Greater Yellowlegs Lesser Sandpiper Solitary Sandpiper Spotted Sandpiper Upland Turnstone Ruddy Knot Red Sanderling Sandpiper Semipalmated Sandpiper Western Sandpiper Least Sandpiper White rumped Sandpiper Baird s Sandpiper Pectoral Dunlin Sandpiper Stilt Sandpiper Buff breasted Dowitcher Short billed Snipe Common Woodcock American Phalarope Wilson s Phalarope Red necked Phalarope Red Gull Laughing Gull Bonaparte s Gull Ring billed Gull Herring Gull Great Black backed Tern Caspian Tern Common Tern Forster s Tern Black Dove Rock Dove Mourning Cuckoo Black billed Cuckoo Yellow billed Owl Barn Screech Owl Eastern Owl Great Horned Owl Snowy Owl Barred Owl Long eared Owl Short eared Owl Northern Saw whet Nighthawk Common Whip poor will Swift Chimney Hummingbird Ruby throated Kingfisher Belted Woodpecker Red headed Woodpecker Red bellied Sapsucker Yellow bellied Woodpecker Downy Woodpecker Hairy Woodpecker Black backed Flicker Northern Woodpecker Pileated Flycatcher Olive sided Wood Pewee Eastern Flycatcher Yellow bellied Flycatcher Acadian Flycatcher Alder Flycatcher Willow Flycatcher Least Phoebe Eastern Flycatcher Great Crested Kingbird Eastern Shrike Northern Shrike Loggerhead Vireo White eyed Vireo Blue headed Vireo Yellow throated Vireo Warbling Vireo Philadelphia Vireo Red eyed Jay Blue Crow American Crow Fish Raven Common Lark Horned Martin Purple Swallow Tree Swallow Northern Rough winged Swallow Bank Swallow Cliff Swallow Barn Chickadee Black capped Titmouse Tufted Nuthatch Red breasted Nuthatch White breasted Creeper Brown Wren Carolina Wren House Wren Winter Wren Sedge Wren Marsh Kinglet Golden crowned Kinglet Ruby crowned Gnatcatcher Blue gray Bluebird Eastern Veery Thrush Gray cheeked Thrush

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  • Tussey Spring Hawkwatch 2009 Quiz 1
    3 Common Raven Note the wedge shaped tail on the right bird and the larger heads Answer 4 Canada Geese Dark colored and long necked waterfowl Answer 5 Ring billed Gulls Traveling in groups with long flopping looking wings Answer 6 Black Vultures Note the stubby appearance particularly their tails Answer 7 Red tailed Hawk gliding Note the broad wings and light colored belly Answer 8 Red tailed Hawk flying

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