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The Scrub-jay complex may become more complex
There are currently 3 recognized species in the North American Scrub-jay complex, Western Scrub-jay, Island Scrub-jay and Florida Scrub-jay.  The latter two represent distinct, disjunct populations that have unequivocal structural and behavior differences f...

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Tufted Duck: A historical perspective of this former review list species
By Dave Irons -- OBRC Member Tufted Duck first appeared in Oregon on 14 Feb 1960, when the late David Marshall found an adult male wintering on a small pond in Laurelhurst Park in northeast Portland (Nehls 2003). This bird remained to at least 26 March of t...

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An Introduction -- "Under Review: The Oregon Bird Records Committee Online Forum"
The Oregon Bird Records Committee (OBRC) was formed in 1978.
Thirty-six years later our work is still poorly understood, so we are taking a pro-active approach to putting a face on the committee and making our
function and processes more transparent. We've ...

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An Introduction -- "Under Review: The Oregon Bird Records Committee Online Forum"
The Oregon Bird Records Committee (OBRC) was formed in 1978.
Thirty-six years later our work is still poorly understood, so we are taking a pro-active approach to putting a face on the committee and making our
function and processes more transparent. We've ...

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Welcome to the blog of the Oregon Bird Records Committee.  Our goal is to make our committee work transparent, and to let you know who we are and what we do.

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Hello and welcome to the blog of the Oregon Bird Records Committee! Our goal is to make our work transparent and to show you what we do.
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