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County Statistics 
Current county list: 337
Top county lister: 287 (John Lockhart; 85%) 
Top Big Year: 274 in 2007 (John Lockhart) 
Top Big Day: 175 on 30 Apr 2007 (Steve Glover, John Lockhart, John Luther, Steve Summers)
"Best Bird": Blue-throated Hummingbird (27 Dec 1977-27 Mar 1978 Three Rivers)
 Close second: Black Storm-Petrel (5 Oct 1994 Kings Canyon NP) 
Compiler for North American Birds: Steven Summers
2553 W. Michelle Lane
Porterville, CA 93257
summers@ocsnet.net 
Statistics last updated  1/08; see "explanations of county statistics" for more details. Thank you to Bob Barnes, Rob Hansen, Kimberly Kreitinger, Stephen Long, Steve Glover, and John Lockhart for supplying some of the information here.

Bird Clubs
Tulare County Audubon Society
Central Valley Bird Club

Birding Sites
Southern Sierra Nevada & Kern River Valley Birding Tips - by Bob Barnes
Kern, Tulare, Kings and Inyo County Birding Spots - Alison Sheehey
Sequoia National Park
Kings Canyon National Park
Monache Meadows
Sequoia National Forest
Inyo National Forest
State Parks

Other Birding Resources
Central Valley Bird Box - Transcripts
Sequoia Natural History Association
Tulare County Checklist (10 May 2008)
Tulare County Exceptional Records (10 May 2008)
Checklist of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Tulare and Kings County Birds - Email list
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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