Kings County (KIN) 
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County Statistics
Current county list: 281
Top county lister: 236 (Rob Hansen; 85%)
Top Big Year: 170 in 1999 (Luke Cole)
Top Big Day: 146 on 1 May 2004 (L. Cole, R. Hansen, G. Hazard, J. Seay)
"Best Bird": Garganey (17 Apr 1993 Tulare L. Drainage District)
Close second: White-rumped Sandpiper (12-14 Ot 2001 near Stratford)
Contenders: Sabine's Gull, Prairie Warbler, Common Grackle
Compiler for North American Birds: Jeff Seay
7815 N. Palm Ave., Suite 310
Fresno, CA 93711
jseay@harveyecology.com
Statistics last updated 5/04; see "explanations of county statistics" for more details. Thank you to Luke Cole, Rob Hansen, and Gary Potter for supplying some of the information here.

Bird Clubs
Central Valley Bird Club

Birding Sites
Birding in Kings County - Contributed by Luke Cole
Kern, Tulare, Kings and Inyo County Birding Spots - Alison Sheehey

Other Birding Resources
Central Valley Bird Box - Transcripts
Checklist of Kings County Birds
Tulare and Kings County Birds - Email list
Central Valley Birds - Email list
Online County Map
Endangered Species

Please send corrections, additions or updates to Joe Morlan: jmorlan@ccsf.edu
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