Twitching Sutherland’s Brown Pelican

January 11, 2015 Joel Jorgensen

On Saturday morning, I rose out of bed at 3:45 a.m. in order to take the three-hour drive to Sutherland Reservoir to “twitch” a Brown Pelican.  For non-birders, “twitching” is a British birding term meaning to chase after a previously located (usually rare) bird.  Brown Pelicans are typically found in coastal areas but birds occasionally ...

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