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The Club meets each winter, spring, and fall at different locations in the Carolinas. Meeting sites are selected to give participants an opportunity to see many different kinds of birds. Guided field trips and informative programs are combined for an exciting weekend of meeting with people who share an enthusiasm and concern for birds.

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The Chat Volume 41 Number 2 (Spring 1977)

Front Matter

Cover of The Chat Volume 41 Number 2 (Spring 1977)Cover: William Zimmerman, of Nashville, Indiana, placed the pair of Bachman's Warblers in the tupelo-Spanish moss setting in which John Bachman discovered the first male. Zimmerman's work has appeared in The Living Bird and The Wilson Bulletin. Currently he is painting upland game birds for a sequel to his large book, Waterfowl of North America.


Table of Contents

Articles

Bachman's Warbler Habitat Jay Shuler pp 19–23

The Wood Stork in South Carolina, a Review Paul B. Hamel pp 24–27

CBC Roundtable

...with Louis C. Fink pp 27–29

Reports

Christmas Bird Count—1976 Harry E. LeGrand, Jr. pp 30–46

General Field Notes

Red-necked Grebe in Buncombe County, N.C. Richard E. Price, Jr. and Robert C. Ruiz p 47

Early Summer Seabird Migration at Cape Hatteras J. Merrill Lynch and Chris Marsh pp 47–48

Harlequin Duck at Carolina Beach, N.C. Ricky Davis pp 48

Bar-tailed Godwit on North Carolina Outer Banks Micou M. Browne pp 48–49

Bar-tailed Godwit at Pea Island, N.C. Carl W. Carlson pp 49

A Sage Thrasher Specimen for North Carolina J.H. Carter III pp 49–50

Olive-sided Flycatchers in Seneca: A Second Record for South Carolina Paul B. Hamel pp 50

Sprague's Pipits at Rocky Mount, N.C. Louis C. Fink p 51

Briefs for the Files

Fall 1976 Robert P. Teulings pp 51–55,23

Back Matter

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