Greater Yellowlegs

Tringa melanoleuca
Statewide Status: S:N  IBRC Review Species (Winter)
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Greater Yellowlegs
Darren Clark
March-November
(Migration / Summer)
 
December-February
(Winter)

All Reports (Review Species Only):
Winter reports only. (The following are documented winter records only  -there are 30 undocumented  winter records)

  1. ♦14 January 2010 – 1 –  7 Mile Slough along Hwy 52, 7 miles west of Emmett,  Gem County, Latilong 17 – Rick Nau
    Rare Bird Report: #:15-B-10
    Voting: 7-0
  2. ♦5 December 2012 – 12 – large canal at inersection of Upper Pleasant Rd. and Plum Rd., Canyon County Latilong 17 –  Cheryl Huizinga+, Denise Hughes saw them 2 days earlier
    Rare Bird Report #:92-B-12
    Voting: 7-0
  3. ♦22 December 2012 – 1- Lower outflow of Lake Lowell at the Lower Dam , Caldwell, Canyon County, Latilong 17 –  Brian Cooper+,  Dave+ and Paula Lawrence, John Sortis  Cheryl Huizinga and others(CBC) – photographs by Dave Lawrence
    Rare Bird Report #:97-B-12
    Voting: 7-0
  4. ♦22 December 2012 – 1 – Springfield Lake, Bingham County, Latilong   21 – Jedidiah A. Petersen –
    Rare Bird Report:  #:99-B-12
    Voting: 3-4, 4-3, 7-0
  5. ♦22 December 2012 – 1- Lower outflow of Lake Lowell at the Lower Dam , Caldwell, Canyon County, Latilong 17 –  Brian Cooper+, John Sortis and 6 others(CBC) – photographs by Dave Lawrence
    Rare Bird Report #:97-B-12
    Voting: 7-0
  6. ♦5 January 2013 – 1 – Snake River, seen from River Road, near Banbury Hotsprings, Gooding County, Latilong 25  Karl Ruprecht
    Rare Bird Report #:5-B-13
    Voting: 7-0

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