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County Statistics 
Current county list: 314
Top county lister: 263 (Colin Dillingham; 84%) 
Top Big Year: 226 in 2009 (Colin Dillingham) 
Top Big Day: 150 on 7 May 2008 (Colin Dillingham, Bob Battagin, David Arsenault)
"Best Bird": summer Blackburnian Warbler (6 Aug 1972 Bucks Lake) 
 Close second: Trumpeter Swan (18 Mar-2 Apr 1988 Sierra Valley) 
Compiler for North American Birds: Colin Dillingham
400 First Street
Quincy, CA 95971
dillingham7@digitalpath.net

Statistics last updated 1/09; see "explanations of county statistics" for more details. Thank you to Helen Green, J. "Mac" MacCormick, Jim Steele, John Sterling, Jim Paruk, Colin Dillingham, and Lin Jensen & Karen Laslo for supplying some of the information here.

Bird Clubs
Plumas Audubon Society, Quincy
Lake Almanor Audubon Society, Greenville

Birding Sites
Birding Sites in Northern Plumas County - Contributed by Helen Green
Plumas County- Map
Birding Sierra Valley and Yuba Pass
Sierra Valley- Adobe Acrobat Format (includes Plumas County portions)
Warner Valley
Crocker Meadows
Lake Almanor
Plumas Eureka State Park
Feather River Canyon
Plumas National Forest
Lassen National Forest
State Parks

Other Birding Resources
Checklist of the Birds of Plumas County - By Helen Green, Lin Jensen, and Dan Airola
Checklist of the Lake Almanor Area- Contributed by Helen Green and Dan Ariola
Checklist of Yuba Pass and Sierra Valley- With Bar Graphs
Wildlife Watching in the Plumas National Forest
Plumas County Birds and Wildlife
Birds and Birding in the Sierra-Nevada- Email list
Endangered Species

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