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Tower-Killed Specimens and Observations of Migrant Birds from Grand Bahama Island
Herbert W. Kale, II, Margaret H. Hundley and James A. Tucker
The Wilson Bulletin
Vol. 81, No. 3 (Sep., 1969), pp. 258-263
Published by: Wilson Ornithological Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4159859
Page Count: 6
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The species composition of birds killed on the night of 21-22 October at towers on Grand Bahama Island is presented with a description of the weather patterns preceding and following frontal passage. Gray-cheeked Thrushes and Blackpoll Warblers comprised almost half of all the birds killed. During this period a large number of migrants passed through the Bahamas, including several western vagrants. An annotated list of new and additional records for the West Indies represented by tower-killed birds or observations made during 20-24 October 1966 is included.
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