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22 Feb: @ 13:01:24 
Manhattan Pine Siskins [browndog06]
20 Feb: @ 09:21:22 
Magnetoreception in migrating birds [Kenneth Kinman]
19 Feb: @ 21:29:30 
Cheney Barrow's Goldeneye [mike rader]
19 Feb: @ 02:45:38 
WW Scoter Wichita / 18 February [sselt]
18 Feb: @ 07:38:19 
Re: Problem with updated eBird mobile app [Chris Hobbs]
18 Feb: @ 05:19:31 
Re: Problem with updated eBird mobile app [G & J Fenton Friesen]
17 Feb: @ 17:51:19 
Problem with updated eBird mobile app [000001e7c1970d6f-dmarc-request]
17 Feb: @ 13:02:04 
Baker Wetlands Survey [Daniel Larson]
16 Feb: @ 20:40:19 
Hillsdale Birds - Miami County KS [Malcolm Gold]
16 Feb: @ 16:30:10 
Re: Quivira report and conditions 14 February (Update) [sselt]
16 Feb: @ 10:58:22 
Re: Quivira report and conditions 14 February (Update) [Scott Seltman]
14 Feb: @ 13:36:38 
Quivira report and conditions 14 February [Barry Jones]
14 Feb: @ 12:55:27 
St Joseph MO Crossbills (both species) [Malcolm Gold]
14 Feb: @ 09:43:10 
contact [Richard Tucker]
13 Feb: @ 15:31:42 
Two New Shorebird Conservation Initiatives [Robert Penner]
11 Feb: @ 14:44:56 
Quivira report 11 February 2020 [Barry Jones]
10 Feb: @ 19:31:57 
bilateral gynandromorph birds [Kenneth Kinman]
10 Feb: @ 14:21:17 
FWD: February 2020 Update, Kansas County Listing [Chuck Otte]
10 Feb: @ 12:46:32 
Brewer's Blackbirds [Kellye Hart]
08 Feb: @ 17:25:16 
Surf Scoter, Melvern Dam [Kathy Carroll]
08 Feb: @ 17:05:04 
Prairie Falcon [coleen brown]
07 Feb: @ 13:41:48 
Johnson County MEW continues [Malcolm Gold]
06 Feb: @ 21:23:43 
Shrike [Rick Tucker]
06 Feb: @ 21:19:56 
test [Steve Seibel]
06 Feb: @ 21:03:18 
JAS bird walk is on [Molly Zahn]
06 Feb: @ 16:12:10 
Black Vultures in Cherokee County this week Feb. 2020 [Jenn Rader]
06 Feb: @ 13:19:37 
Feb 2-- about 1000 Sandhill Cranes near Harper/Sumner County Line near OK border [Steve Seibel]
06 Feb: @ 11:17:35 
Wichita Audubon 2nd Saturday bird walk [TRE Enterprises]
06 Feb: @ 08:54:12 
JAS Bird Walk tomorrow: possibly cancelled [Molly Zahn]
05 Feb: @ 20:36:57 
Found them - WCSP [Chad Gardner]
05 Feb: @ 13:15:10 
Mew Gull Johnson County [Aaron Batterbee]
04 Feb: @ 07:48:23 
Baker wetlands survey [Daniel Larson]
03 Feb: @ 13:08:54 
spring call of chickadee [Barbara Schowen]
01 Feb: @ 22:33:43 
County Listing Due February 7 [kgroeneweg]
01 Feb: @ 20:12:16 
Lake Quivira Mew Gull and instructions for access tomorrow 02/02/2020 [Kathy Carroll]
01 Feb: @ 18:38:04 
Sounds like February will be fairly normal for early bird migrants [Kenneth Kinman]
01 Feb: @ 08:44:19 
Re: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January [DON KAZMAIER]
01 Feb: @ 07:52:31 
Re: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January [Sebastian Patti]
31 Jan: @ 16:44:42 
Marion County Townsend Solitaire [James Nickel]
31 Jan: @ 13:33:18 
Snow Canada hybrid ? [James Nickel]
31 Jan: @ 09:39:39 
Sandhill cranes flying over midtown KC [Beth Partin]
30 Jan: @ 14:49:37 
Quivira report 30 January 2020 [Barry Jones]
29 Jan: @ 19:52:14 
Eastern Phoebe [Lowell Johnson]
28 Jan: @ 21:16:38 
Killdeer in Harper / 28 January [Scott Seltman]
26 Jan: @ 16:38:14 
Re: Wood Ducks [Kenneth Kinman]
26 Jan: @ 15:33:26 
Wood Ducks [Forrest Miller]
26 Jan: @ 12:52:26 
SW Kansas Birds [Jeff Calhoun]
25 Jan: @ 17:54:09 
Re: Greater White-fronted Geese [Debby McKee]
25 Jan: @ 17:39:34 
Re: Greater White-fronted Geese [Mark Keller]
25 Jan: @ 13:46:23 
Greater White-fronted Geese [Kellye Hart]





Subject: Manhattan Pine Siskins
Date: Sat Feb 22 2020 13:01 pm
From: browndog06 AT cox.net
 
Not 2 days after lamenting a lack of winter finches, at least 5 Pine Siskins appeared along with the usual AMGO at my feeders a few minutes ago.Next up, I hope, will be Purple Finch. Who knows, maybe even a Redpoll.Dan MulhernManhattanSent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

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Subject: Magnetoreception in migrating birds
Date: Thu Feb 20 2020 9:21 am
From: kinman AT hotmail.com
 
Hi All,
Speaking of migrating cranes, etc., I've been doing some reading about magnetoreception in birds which can aid them in migration (just as it does in monarch butterflies, sea turtles, salmon, whales, bats, and various other animals). Even some bacteria use magnetoreception in their movements.
I knew about magnetite particles in the eyes and beaks of birds, but was surprised that they have even been found in the inner ears of some birds. The particles in the eyes sense magnetic direction, while those in the beaks apparently sense magnetic intensity. It's not as clear what function is served by those in the inner ear. Three weblinks given below, the second being to a very good recent article (in the Journal of the Royal Society) about magnetoreception in birds.
Although sunspots and other solar flares can disrupt magnetoreception (and perhaps even cause migrating whales to beach themselves), sunspot activity is presently at a minimum in the 11-year solar cycle. So good news for migrating birds as well.
---------------Ken Kinman (Hays, Kansas)
P.S. Magnetite particles also occur in humans naturally, but the magnetite particles formed unnaturally (at high temperatures in vehicle engines) are thought to be a cause of Alzheimer's disease:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/p...

Magnetoreception in birds: https://royalsocietypublishing...

Magnetoreception: https://www.the-scientist.com/...


________________________________
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of Barry Jones
Sent: Friday, February 14, 2020 1:36 PM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Quivira report and conditions 14 February

The juvenile Whooping Crane is still in the area of Quivira as of today, 14 February, along with several thousand Sandhills and over 25 Tundra Swans. It is important to note, however, that because of the amount of moisture received earlier in the week and the expected thaw this weekend, many of the roads will be very muddy (some already are). Passage by low-clearance, two-wheel-drive vehicles is probably not advisable in some areas.

Barry Jones
Quivira NWR



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Subject: Cheney Barrow's Goldeneye
Date: Wed Feb 19 2020 21:29 pm
From: mike_rader AT hotmail.com
 
Hi all,

FYI, Dennis Zehr reports seeing a drake Barrow's Goldeneye from the west Cheney boat ramp today.

Mike Rader
Wilson, KS

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Subject: WW Scoter Wichita / 18 February
Date: Wed Feb 19 2020 2:45 am
From: sselt AT gbta.net
 
I had some time to kill while waiting on a flight to arrive on Tuesday, 18
February, so I spent an hour or so scoping the birds at the La Farge sandpit
west of West Street on West 29th Street. The best bird was a female
White-winged Scoter seen fairly close to the SW corner. It had extensive
white between the eye and bill and the white on the wings was often visible
even when it was just swimming around. I can't remember if this bird has
been reported before.



Scott Seltman

Larned Kansas


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Subject: Problem with updated eBird mobile app
Date: Tue Feb 18 2020 7:38 am
From: chobbs.f1 AT gmail.com
 
I received an email yesterday from eBird before learning of problems. The source address looked suspiciously like spam so I immediately deleted without opening.  Oops!

Chris Hobbs
Johnson Co
[email protected]
________________________________
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of G & J Fenton Friesen
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 5:19:07 AM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Re: Problem with updated eBird mobile app

No major issues with the new version yet but on the old version I at times
found I could not submit a checklist after I had submitted a number with
"tracking" of the route I took. I would have to shut the phone down and
restart it and early in the days of use I risked losing the checklists that
would not submit. Now I regularly shut the phone down after a number of
checklists (every day when doing heavy birding) just to avoid the problem.
That all said, on the new version I have suspected a heavier draw on the
battery but I may be all washed up on that. I can understand that the new
version allows for more precise location selection along with some other
enhancements but overall it likely has some trade offs. One of those is
likely more going on behind the scenes with the program as you bird. I
have adapted to it though I wondered if anyone else was having issues.

Gregg Friesen
Newton, KS

On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 5:51 PM <
[email protected]> wrote:

> Before sending a report to Cornell, checking to see if anybody else has
> had a similar experience. This is in regards to the new update to the eBird
> software, mobile app.
>
> This past weekend Debby entered our birding data on her IPhone using eBird
> mobile. We visited several areas requiring separate eBird reports.
> Early on we were in an area with poor cell coverage and were unable to
> submit the report. No problem, able to continue birding and compiling
> eBird lists because the KS bird pack had been downloaded previously to the
> mobile app.
> As the day progressed found that we could not submit any of the reports
> even though we were in areas with good cell coverage.
> Debby later discovered that her phone was not able to receive email or
> messages. It required a complete reboot of the phone before things begin
> working properly. We felt that maybe her phone had a problem.
>
> Today I birded alone and made eBird reports on my iPhone using the updated
> mobile app. My first report submitted from the top of Perry dam went
> through perfectly.
> When I tried to submit a second report from a different area of Perry Lake
> it didn™t go through because I was in a low signal area. I made a third
> report which also would not submit.
> I then found out that I was not able to receive any messages or email or
> Facebook or web connection even though I was in an area that generally had
> a good signal.
> Completely rebooting my phone cleared up this situation and I was able to
> submit the additional eBird reports and the other services on my phone
> worked properly.
> We both use iPhones but different models and have different carriers for
> our cell service. The common denominator seemed to be the use of the
> updated eBird mobile app.
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> https://listserv.ksu.edu/ksbir...
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>


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Gregg & Joanna Fenton Friesen
Newton, KS

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________________________________
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of G & J Fenton Friesen
Sent: Tuesday, February 18, 2020 5:19:07 AM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Re: Problem with updated eBird mobile app

No major issues with the new version yet but on the old version I at times
found I could not submit a checklist after I had submitted a number with
"tracking" of the route I took. I would have to shut the phone down and
restart it and early in the days of use I risked losing the checklists that
would not submit. Now I regularly shut the phone down after a number of
checklists (every day when doing heavy birding) just to avoid the problem.
That all said, on the new version I have suspected a heavier draw on the
battery but I may be all washed up on that. I can understand that the new
version allows for more precise location selection along with some other
enhancements but overall it likely has some trade offs. One of those is
likely more going on behind the scenes with the program as you bird. I
have adapted to it though I wondered if anyone else was having issues.

Gregg Friesen
Newton, KS

On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 5:51 PM <
[email protected]> wrote:

> Before sending a report to Cornell, checking to see if anybody else has
> had a similar experience. This is in regards to the new update to the eBird
> software, mobile app.
>
> This past weekend Debby entered our birding data on her IPhone using eBird
> mobile. We visited several areas requiring separate eBird reports.
> Early on we were in an area with poor cell coverage and were unable to
> submit the report. No problem, able to continue birding and compiling
> eBird lists because the KS bird pack had been downloaded previously to the
> mobile app.
> As the day progressed found that we could not submit any of the reports
> even though we were in areas with good cell coverage.
> Debby later discovered that her phone was not able to receive email or
> messages. It required a complete reboot of the phone before things begin
> working properly. We felt that maybe her phone had a problem.
>
> Today I birded alone and made eBird reports on my iPhone using the updated
> mobile app. My first report submitted from the top of Perry dam went
> through perfectly.
> When I tried to submit a second report from a different area of Perry Lake
> it didn™t go through because I was in a low signal area. I made a third
> report which also would not submit.
> I then found out that I was not able to receive any messages or email or
> Facebook or web connection even though I was in an area that generally had
> a good signal.
> Completely rebooting my phone cleared up this situation and I was able to
> submit the additional eBird reports and the other services on my phone
> worked properly.
> We both use iPhones but different models and have different carriers for
> our cell service. The common denominator seemed to be the use of the
> updated eBird mobile app.
> For KSBIRD-L archives or to change your subscription options, go to
> https://listserv.ksu.edu/ksbir...
> For KSBIRD-L guidelines go to
> http://www.ksbirds.org/KSBIRD-...
> To contact a listowner, send a message to
> mailto:[email protected]
>


--
Gregg & Joanna Fenton Friesen
Newton, KS

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Subject: Problem with updated eBird mobile app
Date: Tue Feb 18 2020 5:19 am
From: friesen.fenton AT gmail.com
 
No major issues with the new version yet but on the old version I at times
found I could not submit a checklist after I had submitted a number with
"tracking" of the route I took. I would have to shut the phone down and
restart it and early in the days of use I risked losing the checklists that
would not submit. Now I regularly shut the phone down after a number of
checklists (every day when doing heavy birding) just to avoid the problem.
That all said, on the new version I have suspected a heavier draw on the
battery but I may be all washed up on that. I can understand that the new
version allows for more precise location selection along with some other
enhancements but overall it likely has some trade offs. One of those is
likely more going on behind the scenes with the program as you bird. I
have adapted to it though I wondered if anyone else was having issues.

Gregg Friesen
Newton, KS

On Mon, Feb 17, 2020 at 5:51 PM <
[email protected]> wrote:

> Before sending a report to Cornell, checking to see if anybody else has
> had a similar experience. This is in regards to the new update to the eBird
> software, mobile app.
>
> This past weekend Debby entered our birding data on her IPhone using eBird
> mobile. We visited several areas requiring separate eBird reports.
> Early on we were in an area with poor cell coverage and were unable to
> submit the report. No problem, able to continue birding and compiling
> eBird lists because the KS bird pack had been downloaded previously to the
> mobile app.
> As the day progressed found that we could not submit any of the reports
> even though we were in areas with good cell coverage.
> Debby later discovered that her phone was not able to receive email or
> messages. It required a complete reboot of the phone before things begin
> working properly. We felt that maybe her phone had a problem.
>
> Today I birded alone and made eBird reports on my iPhone using the updated
> mobile app. My first report submitted from the top of Perry dam went
> through perfectly.
> When I tried to submit a second report from a different area of Perry Lake
> it didn™t go through because I was in a low signal area. I made a third
> report which also would not submit.
> I then found out that I was not able to receive any messages or email or
> Facebook or web connection even though I was in an area that generally had
> a good signal.
> Completely rebooting my phone cleared up this situation and I was able to
> submit the additional eBird reports and the other services on my phone
> worked properly.
> We both use iPhones but different models and have different carriers for
> our cell service. The common denominator seemed to be the use of the
> updated eBird mobile app.
> For KSBIRD-L archives or to change your subscription options, go to
> https://listserv.ksu.edu/ksbir...
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> http://www.ksbirds.org/KSBIRD-...
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> mailto:[email protected]
>


--
Gregg & Joanna Fenton Friesen
Newton, KS

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Subject: Problem with updated eBird mobile app
Date: Mon Feb 17 2020 17:51 pm
From: 000001e7c1970d6f-dmarc-request AT listserv.ksu.edu
 
Before sending a report to Cornell, checking to see if anybody else has had a similar experience. This is in regards to the new update to the eBird software, mobile app.

This past weekend Debby entered our birding data on her IPhone using eBird mobile. We visited several areas requiring separate eBird reports.
Early on we were in an area with poor cell coverage and were unable to submit the report. No problem, able to continue birding and compiling eBird lists because the KS bird pack had been downloaded previously to the mobile app.
As the day progressed found that we could not submit any of the reports even though we were in areas with good cell coverage.
Debby later discovered that her phone was not able to receive email or messages. It required a complete reboot of the phone before things begin working properly. We felt that maybe her phone had a problem.

Today I birded alone and made eBird reports on my iPhone using the updated mobile app. My first report submitted from the top of Perry dam went through perfectly.
When I tried to submit a second report from a different area of Perry Lake it didn™t go through because I was in a low signal area. I made a third report which also would not submit.
I then found out that I was not able to receive any messages or email or Facebook or web connection even though I was in an area that generally had a good signal.
Completely rebooting my phone cleared up this situation and I was able to submit the additional eBird reports and the other services on my phone worked properly.
We both use iPhones but different models and have different carriers for our cell service. The common denominator seemed to be the use of the updated eBird mobile app.
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Subject: Baker Wetlands Survey
Date: Mon Feb 17 2020 13:02 pm
From: birdkansa AT gmail.com
 
On Sunday February 16 a Baker Wetlands survey was completed at Lawrence
Kansas. Sunny, 25-45F; calm S winds (0-5mph) through survey; very low
waterfowl diversity, several large flyover flocks of Gr. White-fronted
Geese; ice covering all bodies of water; Cordy Wesonig, Nick Pumphrey, Dan
Larson, Matt Sexson, and Scott Kimball began the survey at 7:20 and ended
at 12:00; 11mi. total.

Complete survey is at the link below.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S6...

Thanks
Dan Larson
Berryton Kansas

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Subject: Hillsdale Birds - Miami County KS
Date: Sun Feb 16 2020 20:40 pm
From: malcolmgold AT gmail.com
 
After wandering through many eastern Kansas counties today, I found myself
at Hillsdale Lake in Miami County around 5 pm. I enjoyed shutting off the
car after many miles and watched an American Kestrel tear apart a small
rodent. She seemed to work hard to get it apart and I left her to finish
the meal after it appeared she might be at it the rest of the day. The
video is a bit graphic and has lots of road noise.

https://youtu.be/6yY3gyxSMWg

There was a large raft of gulls on the ice in front of the shelter east of
the marina. Many gulls flew in while I was scanning them and I counted 1480
around 5:30. More arrived after that and around 5:45 they all picked up and
went to the middle of the lake for the roost. It wouldn't surprise me if
there were over 3k gulls on the lake at dusk. Among the flock was an adult
CALIFORNIA, four ICELAND (Thayeri type), and a juvenile LESSER BLACK-BACKED
GULL.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S6...

After driving east over the dam I saw an AMERICAN WOODCOCK that flew in
front of my vehicle near the Park Office. I was able to hear three distinct
birds shortly after parking in the State Park Office lot on the south side
of the road. I've never observed them here. It was a very pleasant ending
to a gorgeous day.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S6...

Good Birding,

Malcolm Gold (Overland Park, Johnson County, KS)

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Subject: Quivira report and conditions 14 February (Update)
Date: Sun Feb 16 2020 16:30 pm
From: sselt AT gbta.net
 
Sorry, but I should have also mentioned that I had a high-count of 45 Tundra
Swans on the west side of the Wildlife Drive at Quivira early, though
several left during late morning. I believe this is the highest number of
swans I have ever seen in one spot in Kansas. Also, the immature Whooping
Crane was still feeding on the west side of the Wildlife Drive at 1200 hrs.
on 16 February.



Scott Seltman

Larned Kansas


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Subject: Quivira report and conditions 14 February (Update)
Date: Sun Feb 16 2020 10:58 am
From: sselt AT gbta.net
 
I'm at Quivira's Big Salt Marsh on Sunday morning 16 February. The juvenile Whooping Crane was still present as of 1000 hrs among quite a few thousand Sandhills. The cranes were restless. Lots of noise, lots of dancing, lots of obvious Zugunruhe! Many left headed north.

The BSM was much more frozen than I expected. Tons of waterfowl as expected. A few dozen Bald Eagles. No shorebirds and few gulls.

I had a pair of Greater Scaup at the Larned sand pit on 14 February. Otherwise it's been quiet.

Scott Seltman
Larned Kansas



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Subject: Quivira report and conditions 14 February
Date: Fri Feb 14 2020 13:36 pm
From: barjones78 AT gmail.com
 
The juvenile Whooping Crane is still in the area of Quivira as of today, 14 February, along with several thousand Sandhills and over 25 Tundra Swans.  It is important to note, however, that because of the amount of moisture received earlier in the week and the expected thaw this weekend, many of the roads will be very muddy (some already are).  Passage by low-clearance, two-wheel-drive vehicles is probably not advisable in some areas.

Barry Jones
Quivira NWR

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Subject: St Joseph MO Crossbills (both species)
Date: Fri Feb 14 2020 12:55 pm
From: malcolmgold AT gmail.com
 
My kids and wife must love me, they join me on a bird chase to chase winter
finches at Ashland Cemetery in St Joseph Missouri.

A male WHITE-WINGED CROSSBILL was mixed in with the flock of RED
CROSSBILLS.

https://ebird.org/checklist/S6...

Good Birding,

Malcolm Gold (Overland Park, Johnson County Kansas)
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Subject: contact
Date: Fri Feb 14 2020 9:43 am
From: rickt AT wavewls.com
 
Jeff Calhoun, please drop me an email at [email protected]  I've had two
bounces trying to send you an email.

Thanks

Rick Tucker

Parsons


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Subject: Two New Shorebird Conservation Initiatives
Date: Thu Feb 13 2020 15:31 pm
From: rpenner AT tnc.org
 
I am excited to let you know that there are two new shorebird initiatives starting up here in Kansas in 2020.  One is the Flint Hills Shorebird Conservation Initiative and the second is the Kansas Shorebird Telemetry Project. The Flint Hills initiative hopes to Increase public and local stakeholders support for the conservation of the Flint Hills prairies and it™s wildlife (especially shorebirds), and the grazing culture. Improve knowledge about shorebird abundance, seasonality, and habitat use to inform conservation and management strategies. Improve shorebird habitat management and stakeholder coordination in the Flint Hills Western Hemisphere Shorebird Reserve Network Landscape. Support programs that provide economic sustainability to land managers and owners committed to managing lands for shorebirds and other wildlife.  The shorebird telemetry project will install two low height towers, one on the Nature Conservancy maintenance building and the other on the picnic shelter at the Kansas Wetland Education Center.  Data collected will help refine the estimated shorebirds™ length of stay.  Length of stay is a critical piece of information for interpreting counts at migration stopover sites.  Establishing baseline lengths of stay at important stopovers such as Cheyenne Bottoms is critical information. Assist with identification of connectivity between key migratory stopovers for shorebirds. Because shorebirds rely on a restricted network of stopover and staging sites, perhaps more so than any other avian taxa, understanding the connections between sites is of critical management importance. Support development of the Mid-Continent Shorebird Conservation Initiative through contribution of data. With updated site-specific information, we will be able to contribute in a more robust way to the development of international conservation plans and initiatives. Additional benefits will include supporting one to the largest migratory conservation and research initiatives in the world. Access to visualizations of animal movement data collected from our site and other sites. Opportunities to utilize the systems to collaborate or participate on local or broad research and monitoring projects; this could include the development of research projects with local universities. Opportunity for outreach and education with the Kansas Wetlands Education Center
I will be giving couple of programs at some upcoming events and hope to be invited to give programs on either of these topics.


Robert L. Penner II Ph.D. The Nature Conservancy
Cheyenne Bottoms & Avian 593 NE 130 Avenue
Programs Manager Ellinwood, KS 67526

Chair, WHSRN-USA Committee
WHSRN Hemispheric Council
U.S. Shorebird Conservation Partnership Council


(620) 786-4745
[email protected]

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Subject: Quivira report 11 February 2020
Date: Tue Feb 11 2020 14:44 pm
From: barjones78 AT gmail.com
 
Quivira conducted a Refuge-wide waterfowl survey this morning, 11 February:
Tundra Swan - 26
Greater White-fronted Goose - 1,358
Snow Goose - 32,200
Ross's Goose - 5
Canada Goose - 1,057
Cackling Goose - 572
Gadwall - 23
American Wigeon - 101
Mallard - 1,390
Green-winged Teal - 670
Cinnamon Teal - 1
Northern Shoveler - 47
Northern Pintail - 4,470
Canvasback - 48
Redhead - 579
Ring-necked Duck - 47
Lesser Scaup - 87
Bufflehead - 49
Common Goldeneye - 402
Hooded Merganser - 14
Common Merganser - 35
Ruddy Duck - 1
Unk duck - 1,811
dabbler, sp. - 250
Total Geese = 36,792
Total Ducks = 10,025

In addition, the juvenile, banded Whooping Crane that has been present sporadically the last month or so was present in northwest Big Salt Marsh, along with a count of 15,500 Sandhill Cranes. Twenty-six Tundra Swans were still present but, rather than in Big Salt Marsh they were all in the North Lake area (north of NE 170th).

Barry Jones
Quivira NWR

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Subject: bilateral gynandromorph birds
Date: Mon Feb 10 2020 19:31 pm
From: kinman AT hotmail.com
 
Hi All,
Has anyone here actually observed (in person) a bilateral gynandromorph cardinal or other such bird (half male and half female). I was looking at some photos of such cardinals and they would be hard to miss (but they are apparently very rare). The first weblink below shows such a cardinal and also a peacock gynandromorph. The second weblink shows gynandromorph parakeet, cardinal, and chicken. I wonder how many species of bird have been documented exhibiting gynandromorphism. I would think it's difficult to detect in drab colored birds.
--------------Ken Kinman (Hays, Kansas)

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Two bilateral gynandromorphs (a cardinal and a parakeet). These birds are half male and half female. #birds #ornithology
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Subject: FWD: February 2020 Update, Kansas County Listing
Date: Mon Feb 10 2020 14:21 pm
From: cotte AT ksu.edu
 
All,

Listed below is the January 2020 edition of the Kansas County Listing.

PLEASE BE SURE TO SEND ANY UPDATES OR CHANGES TO: Kevin
Groeneweg at [email protected]

Because of the size of the message, this list is posted to KSBIRD-L via the
list owners.

Regards,
Kevin Groeneweg


County
County % of County Total
Allen 253
210 Andrew Burnett 83.00% `
168 Kevin Groeneweg 66.40%
165 Henry Armknecht 65.22%
158 Pete Janzen 62.45%
150 Jim Malcolm 59.29%
145 Carolyn Schwab 57.31%
136 Matt Gearheart 53.75%
129 Marie Plinsky 50.99%
123 Malcolm Gold 48.62%
109 Galen Pittman 43.08%
96 Mike Rader 37.94%
92 Chuck Otte 36.36%
87 Trent Reed 34.39%
85 Tom Ewert 33.60%
85 Jeff Calhoun 33.60%
83 Sam Mannell 32.81%
83 Terry Mannell 32.81%
82 Jaye Otte 32.41%
81 Dan Larson 32.02%
81 Mick McHugh 32.02%
79 Glenn Caspers 31.23%
79 Nic Allen 31.23%
76 Kathy McDowell 30.04%
76 Scott Seltman 30.04%
76 Kathy Carroll 30.04%
76 Diane Persons 30.04%
75 Robert Penner 29.64%
75 Will Chatfield-Taylor 29.64%

Anderson 278
173 Jim Malcolm 62.23%
166 Carolyn Schwab 59.71%
165 Henry Armknecht 59.35%
161 Matt Gearheart 57.91%
157 Pete Janzen 56.47%
151 Kevin Groeneweg 54.32%
150 Marie Plinsky 53.96%
139 Nic Allen 50.00%
137 Galen Pittman 49.28%
131 Malcolm Gold 47.12%
130 Mark Land 46.76%
126 Mick McHugh 45.32%
113 Robert Penner 40.65%
109 Andrew Burnett 39.21%
108 Mike Rader 38.85%
107 Tom Ewert 38.49%
107 Trent Reed 38.49%
106 Sam Mannell 38.13%
106 Terry Mannell 38.13%
105 Will Chatfield-Taylor 37.77%
103 Kathy McDowell 37.05%
101 Scott Seltman 36.33%
100 Glenn Caspers 35.97%
96 David Seibel 34.53%
94 Jenny Gearheart 33.81%
91 Chuck Otte 32.73%
90 Nick Varvel 32.37%
87 Phil Wedge 31.29%
84 Doris Burnett 30.22%
84 Jaye Otte 30.22%
82 Dan Larson 29.50%
79 Kathy Carroll 28.42%
79 Diane Persons 28.42%

Atchison 273
257 Don Merz 94.14%
256 Al Schirmacher 93.77%
171 Henry Armknecht 62.64%
157 Galen Pittman 57.51%
153 Jim Malcolm 56.04%
150 Brett Sandercock 54.95%
148 Matt Gearheart 54.21%
135 Kevin Groeneweg 49.45%
133 Pete Janzen 48.72%
121 Kathy Carroll 44.32%
120 Sam Mannell 43.96%
120 Terry Mannell 43.96%
119 Nick Varvel 43.59%
116 Chuck Otte 42.49%
116 Dan Larson 42.49%
110 Mike Rader 40.29%
108 Glenn Caspers 39.56%
106 Tom Ewert 38.83%
105 Marie Plinsky 38.46%
103 Kathy McDowell 37.73%
100 Nic Allen 36.63%
98 Mick McHugh 35.90%
96 Diane Persons 35.16%
93 Jaye Otte 34.07%
90 Robert Penner 32.97%
89 Scott Seltman 32.60%
88 Phil Wedge 32.23%
85 Mike Hudson 31.14%
84 Sue Newland 30.77%
80 Mark Land 29.30%
79 Jeff Keating 28.94%
77 Will Chatfield-Taylor 28.21%
76 David Seibel 27.84%

Barber 286
212 Pete Janzen 74.13%
211 Gene Young 73.78%
182 Dennis Angle 63.64%
174 Kevin Groeneweg 60.84%
170 Henry Armknecht 59.44%
166 Mike Rader 58.04%
161 Tom Ewert 56.29%
160 Jeff Calhoun 55.94%
152 Tyler Hicks 53.15%
149 Chet Gresham 52.10%
148 Zach Poland 51.75%
146 Matt Gearheart 51.05%
135 Gregg Friesen 47.20%
133 Scott Seltman 46.50%
123 James Barnes 43.01%
120 Trent Reed 41.96%
116 Robert Penner 40.56%
110 Jim Malcolm 38.46%
108 Glenn Caspers 37.76%
108 Malcolm Gold 37.76%
102 Dan Larson 35.66%
101 Nick Varvel 35.31%
99 Sam Mannell 34.62%
99 Terry Mannell 34.62%
98 Carolyn Schwab 34.27%
97 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 33.92%
91 Galen Pittman 31.82%
90 Ben Rogers 31.47%
90 Eugene Lewis 31.47%
90 Eulalia Lewis (D) 31.47%
88 Leon Hicks 30.77%
86 Chuck Otte 30.07%
86 Kathy Carroll 30.07%
85 Bill Beard (D) 29.72%
83 Aaron Mitchell 29.02%
83 Mary Pat Haddican 29.02%
80 John Zempel 27.97%
80 Linda Vidosh Zempel 27.97%
80 Nancy Beard (D) 27.97%
78 Sue Newland 27.27%
78 Will Chatfield-Taylor 27.27%
75 Andrew Burnett 26.22%

Barton 378
298 Robert Penner 78.84%
292 Mike Rader 77.25%
281 Gene Young 74.34%
275 Scott Seltman 72.75%
260 Lloyd Moore (D) 68.78%
246 Henry Armknecht 65.08%
244 Galen Pittman 64.55%
237 Matt Gearheart 62.70%
234 David Seibel 61.90%
234 Mick McHugh 61.90%
233 Robert Fisher (D) 61.64%
233 Jay Newton 61.64%
219 Jim Malcolm 57.94%
217 Kevin Groeneweg 57.41%
217 Pete Janzen 57.41%
214 Rob Graham 56.61%
213 Craig Faanes 56.35%
208 Malcolm Gold 55.03%
207 Tyler Hicks 54.76%
206 Marie Plinsky 54.50%
205 Mark Land 54.23%
203 Nic Allen 53.70%
201 Chuck Otte 53.17%
201 Curtis Wolf 53.17%
199 Aaron Mitchell 52.65%
199 Kathy McDowell 52.65%
195 Jeff Calhoun 51.59%
194 Doris Burnett 51.32%
194 Tom Ewert 51.32%
191 Gregg Friesen 50.53%
191 Linda Vidosh Zempel 50.53%
190 Glenn Caspers 50.26%
190 Jimmy Woodard 50.26%
189 Dan Mulhern 50.00%
189 Lowell Johnson 50.00%
187 Kathy Carroll 49.47%
185 Sam Mannell 48.94%
185 Terry Mannell 48.94%
185 Dan Larson 48.94%
180 John Zempel 47.62%
178 Brett Sandercock 47.09%
178 Jennifer Hammett 47.09%
177 Will Chatfield-Taylor 46.83%
170 Jaye Otte 44.97%
169 Carol Morgan 44.71%
165 Dan Gish (D) 43.65%
162 Bill Beard (D) 42.86%
162 Carolyn Schwab 42.86%
162 Nancy Beard (D) 42.86%
160 Leon Hicks 42.33%
159 Sue Newland 42.06%
158 Charles Anderson 41.80%
156 John Northrup 41.27%
156 Phil Wedge 41.27%
156 Diane Persons 41.27%
155 Nick Varvel 41.01%
155 Sam Schermerhorn 41.01%
155 Trent Reed 41.01%
154 Chet Gresham 40.74%
154 Tom Schermerhorn 40.74%
153 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 40.48%
150 John Row 39.68%
149 John Mallery 39.42%
148 Debby McKee 39.15%
146 Don Merz 38.62%
145 Ben Rogers 38.36%
139 Cheryl Miller 36.77%
135 Jonathan Vande Kopple 35.71%
132 Mike Harding 34.92%
132 Rodney Wright 34.92%
129 Kelli Egbert 34.13%
124 Andrew Miller 32.80%
123 Juan Avena 32.54%
122 David Schneider 32.28%
121 Andrew Burnett 32.01%
118 Mary Pat Haddican 31.22%
113 Bill Trelc Jr. 29.89%
111 Jon Strong 29.37%
110 Rod Wedel 29.10%
107 Mike Hudson 28.31%
106 Edge Wade 28.04%
106 Harry Gregory 28.04%
105 Lisa Edwards 27.78%
104 T. J. Walker 27.51%
104 Tristan Weinbrenner 27.51%
103 Nathan Shipley 27.25%
95 Chris Fagyal 25.13%
95 Judd Patterson 25.13%
94 Joseph Miller 24.87%
94 Mark Pheasant 24.87%
93 Steven McDaniel 24.60%
91 Jo-Ann Moore 24.07%
89 Duane Otto 23.54%
89 Greyson Yerby 23.54%
88 Atcha Nolan 23.28%
87 James Barnes 23.02%
82 Jeff McIntyre 21.69%
81 Walter Cochran 21.43%
79 Jeff Keating 20.90%
78 Molly Zahn 20.63%

Bourbon 245
210 Andrew Burnett 85.71%
172 Henry Armknecht 70.20%
167 Kevin Groeneweg 68.16%
166 Matt Gearheart 67.76%
159 Jim Malcolm 64.90%
154 Pete Janzen 62.86%
131 Malcolm Gold 53.47%
119 Dan Larson 48.57%
118 Mike Rader 48.16%
117 Nic Allen 47.76%
117 Chuck Otte 47.76%
114 Galen Pittman 46.53%
109 Ron Tucker 44.49%
108 Jaye Otte 44.08%
107 Trent Reed 43.67%
106 Nick Varvel 43.27%
103 Mark Pheasant 42.04%
97 Marie Plinsky 39.59%
94 Debby McKee 38.37%
93 Mick McHugh 37.96%
92 Jeff Calhoun 37.55%
90 Kathy Carroll 36.73%
90 Kathy McDowell 36.73%
90 Rick Tucker 36.73%
89 John Mallery 36.33%
89 Tom Ewert 36.33%
89 Sam Mannell 36.33%
89 Terry Mannell 36.33%
84 Glenn Caspers 34.29%
77 Mark Land 31.43%
76 Sam Schermerhorn 31.02%
76 Tom Schermerhorn 31.02%
76 Will Chatfield-Taylor 31.02%
75 Scott Seltman 30.61%

Brown 277
250 Don Merz 90.25%
233 Rosella Royer 84.12%
189 Al Schirmacher 68.23%
179 Jim Malcolm 64.62%
177 Janet Rebant 63.90%
163 Chuck Otte 58.84%
160 Henry Armknecht 57.76%
146 Matt Gearheart 52.71%
129 Pete Janzen 46.57%
126 Kevin Groeneweg 45.49%
125 Galen Pittman 45.13%
117 Dan Larson 42.24%
113 Carol Morgan 40.79%
108 Linda Vidosh Zempel 38.99%
107 Glenn Caspers 38.63%
107 Sam Mannell 38.63%
107 Terry Mannell 38.63%
105 Sebastian Patti 37.91%
103 Mike Rader 37.18%
97 John Zempel 35.02%
96 Tony Schaar 34.66%
95 Duane Otto 34.30%
92 Scott Seltman 33.21%
92 Tom Ewert 33.21%
89 David Seibel 32.13%
89 Doris Burnett 32.13%
88 Debby McKee 31.77%
84 Nic Allen 30.32%
84 Sue Newland 30.32%
81 Kathy McDowell 29.24%
81 Marie Plinsky 29.24%
76 Mick McHugh 27.44%
75 Kathy Carroll 27.08%

Butler 298
239 Gene Young 80.20%
223 Kevin Groeneweg 74.83%
217 Atcha Nolan 72.82%
212 Pete Janzen 71.14%
210 Suntesha Wustrack 70.47%
208 Tom Ewert 69.80%
201 Jay Newton 67.45%
199 Tyler Hicks 66.78%
189 Bob Broyles 63.42%
188 Leon Hicks 63.09%
184 Dallas Hewett 61.74%
180 Jim Wilson 60.40%
179 Carolyn Schwab 60.07%
167 Jeff Calhoun 56.04%
163 Henry Armknecht 54.70%
162 David Seibel 54.36%
158 Jim Malcolm 53.02%
142 Robert Penner 47.65%
131 Matt Gearheart 43.96%
129 Gregg Friesen 43.29%
116 Bill Beard (D) 38.93%
116 Mike Rader 38.93%
116 Nancy Beard (D) 38.93%
105 James Barnes 35.23%
102 Chuck Otte 34.23%
100 Doris Burnett 33.56%
100 Scott Seltman 33.56%
94 Glenn Caspers 31.54%
93 Kathy McDowell 31.21%
91 Dan Larson 30.54%
90 Marie Plinsky 30.20%
87 Sam Mannell 29.19%
87 Terry Mannell 29.19%
87 Malcolm Gold 29.19%
81 Ethan Maynard 27.18%
79 Chet Gresham 26.51%
79 Nick Varvel 26.51%
78 Kathy Carroll 26.17%
76 Nic Allen 25.50%
75 Galen Pittman 25.17%

Chase 282
171 Kevin Groeneweg 60.64%
170 Carolyn Schwab 60.28%
167 Ross Silcock 59.22%
163 Jim Malcolm 57.80%
162 Pete Janzen 57.45%
161 Henry Armknecht 57.09%
158 Tom Ewert 56.03%
142 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 50.35%
129 Matt Gearheart 45.74%
125 Mike Rader 44.33%
111 Nic Allen 39.36%
111 Malcolm Gold 39.36%
108 Gregg Friesen 38.30%
107 Nick Varvel 37.94%
106 Robert Kruger 37.59%
105 Robert Penner 37.23%
101 Chuck Otte 35.82%
101 Dan Larson 35.82%
101 Scott Seltman 35.82%
99 Mark Land 35.11%
96 Jeff Calhoun 34.04%
88 Cheryl Miller 31.21%
87 Glenn Caspers 30.85%
86 Sam Mannell 30.50%
86 Terry Mannell 30.50%
85 Jennifer Hammett 30.14%
83 Galen Pittman 29.43%
82 Dan Mulhern 29.08%
82 Nancy Beard (D) 29.08%
81 Bill Beard (D) 28.72%
81 Will Chatfield-Taylor 28.72%
79 Joseph Mosley 28.01%
78 Chet Gresham 27.66%
78 Kathy McDowell 27.66%
77 Marie Plinsky 27.30%
76 Doris Burnett 26.95%
76 Mick McHugh 26.95%
75 Kathy Carroll 26.60%

Chautauqua 244
187 Atcha Nolan 76.64%
183 Gene Young 75.00%
180 Jim Malcolm 73.77%
172 Kevin Groeneweg 70.49%
170 Carolyn Schwab 69.67%
166 Henry Armknecht 68.03%
161 Pete Janzen 65.98%
157 Tom Ewert 64.34%
138 Jeff Calhoun 56.56%
122 Jay Newton 50.00%
111 Matt Gearheart 45.49%
110 Will Chatfield-Taylor 45.08%
108 Scott Seltman 44.26%
101 Kathy Carroll 41.39%
99 Mike Rader 40.57%
93 Andrew Burnett 38.11%
93 Dan Larson 38.11%
91 Leon Hicks 37.30%
88 Robert Penner 36.07%
87 Nick Varvel 35.66%
85 Galen Pittman 34.84%
82 Dallas Hewett 33.61%
82 Glenn Caspers 33.61%
82 Sam Mannell 33.61%
82 Terry Mannell 33.61%
80 Charles Anderson 32.79%
78 Nic Allen 31.97%
75 Marie Plinsky 30.74%

Cherokee 279
229 Andrew Burnett 82.08%
216 Dave Henness 77.42%
211 Matt Gearheart 75.63%
204 Mike Rader 73.12%
187 Kevin Groeneweg 67.03%
184 Henry Armknecht 65.95%
181 Pete Janzen 64.87%
177 Nic Allen 63.44%
171 Scott Seltman 61.29%
167 Gene Young 59.86%
157 Jim Rising (D) 56.27%
149 Nick Varvel 53.41%
148 Jim Malcolm 53.05%
142 Galen Pittman 50.90%
138 John Mallery 49.46%
136 Dan Larson 48.75%
136 Tom Ewert 48.75%
134 Rick Tucker 48.03%
132 Trent Reed 47.31%
123 Jeff Calhoun 44.09%
111 Chuck Otte 39.78%
110 Doris Burnett 39.43%
110 Jaye Otte 39.43%
108 Carolyn Schwab 38.71%
106 David Seibel 37.99%
106 Linda Vidosh Zempel 37.99%
106 Sam Mannell 37.99%
106 Terry Mannell 37.99%
105 John Zempel 37.63%
105 Sue Newland 37.63%
104 Malcolm Gold 37.28%
103 Dan Mulhern 36.92%
103 Mick McHugh 36.92%
102 Diane Persons 36.56%
102 Kathy Carroll 36.56%
98 Tyler Hicks 35.13%
94 Gregg Friesen 33.69%
94 Jennifer Hammett 33.69%
92 Aaron Mitchell 32.97%
92 Rodney Wright 32.97%
92 Will Chatfield-Taylor 32.97%
90 Mark Land 32.26%
82 Kelli Egbert 29.39%
79 Glenn Caspers 28.32%
78 Carol Morgan 27.96%
78 Debby McKee 27.96%
75 Edge Wade 26.88%

Cheyenne 252
211 Henry Armknecht 83.73%
194 Mark Keller 76.98%
141 Scott Seltman 55.95%
127 Jim Malcolm 50.40%
127 Pete Janzen 50.40%
112 Rick Reeser 44.44%
111 Matt Gearheart 44.05%
110 Doris Burnett 43.65%
110 Kevin Groeneweg 43.65%
108 Mike Rader 42.86%
108 Sam Mannell 42.86%
108 Terry Mannell 42.86%
103 Jeff Calhoun 40.87%
97 Cheryl Miller 38.49%
97 Tom Ewert 38.49%
93 Glenn Caspers 36.90%
80 Kelli Egbert 31.75%
77 Jon Strong 30.56%
77 Mark Land 30.56%
76 Dan Larson 30.16%

Clark 294
243 Galen Pittman 82.65%
217 Jeff Calhoun 73.81%
184 Henry Armknecht 62.59%
171 Jim Malcolm 58.16%
159 Kevin Groeneweg 54.08%
154 Tom Ewert 52.38%
153 Scott Seltman 52.04%
151 Pete Janzen 51.36%
142 Matt Gearheart 48.30%
126 Danny Akers 42.86%
126 Will Chatfield-Taylor 42.86%
115 Mike Rader 39.12%
110 Sam Mannell 37.41%
110 Terry Mannell 37.41%
109 Diane Persons 37.07%
109 Kathy Carroll 37.07%
107 Glenn Caspers 36.39%
103 Dan Larson 35.03%
100 David Seibel 34.01%
100 Mick McHugh 34.01%
92 Doris Burnett 31.29%
90 Jaye Otte 30.61%
89 Carolyn Schwab 30.27%
89 Chuck Otte 30.27%
89 Jennifer Hammett 30.27%
87 Nic Allen 29.59%
86 Kelli Egbert 29.25%
85 John Mallery 28.91%
84 Robert Penner 28.57%
83 Linda Vidosh Zempel 28.23%
82 Gregg Friesen 27.89%
82 John Zempel 27.89%
79 Carol Morgan 26.87%
78 Trent Reed 26.53%

Clay 280
253 Chuck Otte 90.36%
234 Jaye Otte 83.57%
226 Calvin Wohler 80.71%
208 Doris Burnett 74.29%
188 John Row 67.14%
170 Mike Rader 60.71%
169 Henry Armknecht 60.36%
164 Jeff Keating 58.57%
163 Matt Gearheart 58.21%
161 Carol Morgan 57.50%
159 Nic Allen 56.79%
155 Pete Janzen 55.36%
152 Jim Malcolm 54.29%
151 Kevin Groeneweg 53.93%
144 Robert Kruger 51.43%
137 Glenn Caspers 48.93%
134 Tom Ewert 47.86%
125 Brett Sandercock 44.64%
117 Linda Vidosh Zempel 41.79%
114 Dan Larson 40.71%
106 Malcolm Gold 37.86%
105 John Zempel 37.50%
105 Kathy McDowell 37.50%
105 Sam Mannell 37.50%
105 Terry Mannell 37.50%
104 Scott Seltman 37.14%
99 Marie Plinsky 35.36%
95 Dan Thalmann 33.93%
93 Dan Mulhern 33.21%
92 Chris Lake 32.86%
89 Kathy Carroll 31.79%
88 Charles Anderson 31.43%
84 Sue Newland 30.00%
84 Jeff Calhoun 30.00%
82 Debby McKee 29.29%
81 Gregg Friesen 28.93%
80 Mike Hudson 28.57%

Cloud 253
164 Henry Armknecht 64.82%
136 Jim Malcolm 53.75%
122 Matt Gearheart 48.22%
122 Pete Janzen 48.22%
120 Jeff Calhoun 47.43%
115 Chuck Otte 45.45%
111 Nic Allen 43.87%
108 Kevin Groeneweg 42.69%
108 Mike Rader 42.69%
106 Glenn Caspers 41.90%
103 Doris Burnett 40.71%
98 Jaye Otte 38.74%
95 Justin Rice 37.55%
95 Sam Mannell 37.55%
95 Terry Mannell 37.55%
94 Dan Larson 37.15%
93 Gregg Friesen 36.76%
79 Phil Wedge 31.23%
77 Tom Ewert 30.43%

Coffey 316
250 Jim Malcolm 79.11%
239 Matt Gearheart 75.63%
234 Lloyd Moore (D) 74.05%
209 Nic Allen 66.14%
197 Mick McHugh 62.34%
192 Galen Pittman 60.76%
188 Mark Land 59.49%
184 Glenn Caspers 58.23%
183 Henry Armknecht 57.91%
165 Bill Trelc Jr. 52.22%
157 Scott Seltman 49.68%
154 Aaron Mitchell 48.73%
154 Kevin Groeneweg 48.73%
151 Pete Janzen 47.78%
148 David Seibel 46.84%
147 Tyler Hicks 46.52%
146 Dan Larson 46.20%
140 Marie Plinsky 44.30%
136 Kathy Carroll 43.04%
134 Dan Gish (D) 42.41%
131 Carolyn Schwab 41.46%
127 Malcolm Gold 40.19%
126 Jennifer Hammett 39.87%
125 Will Chatfield-Taylor 39.56%
123 Carol Morgan 38.92%
123 Nick Varvel 38.92%
117 Diane Persons 37.03%
117 Jenny Gearheart 37.03%
113 Andrew Burnett 35.76%
105 Chuck Otte 33.23%
105 Kathy McDowell 33.23%
105 Sam Mannell 33.23%
105 Terry Mannell 33.23%
104 Corey Entriken 32.91%
102 Jaye Otte 32.28%
102 Trent Reed 32.28%
100 Tom Ewert 31.65%
98 Chris Fagyal 31.01%
95 Mike Rader 30.06%
94 Debby McKee 29.75%
93 Rodney Wright 29.43%
90 Chet Gresham 28.48%
89 John Zempel 28.16%
88 Sam Schermerhorn 27.85%
88 Tom Schermerhorn 27.85%
85 Linda Vidosh Zempel 26.90%
78 Doris Burnett 24.68%
78 Kelli Egbert 24.68%
77 Robert Penner 24.37%

Comanche 273
196 Gene Young 71.79%
187 Jeff Calhoun 68.50%
169 Henry Armknecht 61.90%
166 Pete Janzen 60.81%
151 Kevin Groeneweg 55.31%
147 Mike Rader 53.85%
141 Scott Seltman 51.65%
132 Tom Ewert 48.35%
130 Gregg Friesen 47.62%
124 Jim Malcolm 45.42%
117 Matt Gearheart 42.86%
115 Galen Pittman 42.12%
111 Dan Larson 40.66%
110 Glenn Caspers 40.29%
99 Trent Reed 36.26%
98 Sam Mannell 35.90%
98 Terry Mannell 35.90%
90 Chet Gresham 32.97%
90 Doris Burnett 32.97%
86 Robert Penner 31.50%
83 Edge Wade 30.40%
81 Will Chatfield-Taylor 29.67%

Cowley 343
306 Max Thompson 89.21%
300 Gene Young 87.46%
261 David Seibel 76.09%
227 Kevin Groeneweg 66.18%
214 Tyler Hicks 62.39%
213 John Northrup 62.10%
212 Pete Janzen 61.81%
205 Mike Rader 59.77%
204 James Barnes 59.48%
200 Leon Hicks 58.31%
187 Jeff Calhoun 54.52%
184 Henry Armknecht 53.64%
166 Matt Gearheart 48.40%
166 Tom Ewert 48.40%
161 Chet Gresham 46.94%
156 Carolyn Schwab 45.48%
154 Jay Newton 44.90%
147 Scott Seltman 42.86%
143 Dan Larson 41.69%
143 Jim Wilson 41.69%
141 Cheryl Miller 41.11%
137 Mark Land 39.94%
136 Nic Allen 39.65%
132 Jim Malcolm 38.48%
131 Chuck Otte 38.19%
129 Galen Pittman 37.61%
128 Jaye Otte 37.32%
124 Sam Mannell 36.15%
124 Terry Mannell 36.15%
118 Bill Beard (D) 34.40%
118 Nancy Beard (D) 34.40%
117 Doris Burnett 34.11%
103 Gregg Friesen 30.03%
97 John Zempel 28.28%
95 Robert Penner 27.70%
94 Linda Vidosh Zempel 27.41%
88 Edge Wade 25.66%
86 Atcha Nolan 25.07%
83 Sam Schermerhorn 24.20%
83 Tom Schermerhorn 24.20%
81 Aaron Mitchell 23.62%
81 Glenn Caspers 23.62%

Crawford 295
209 Andrew Burnett 70.85%
169 Dave Henness 57.29%
167 Henry Armknecht 56.61%
166 Matt Gearheart 56.27%
159 Kevin Groeneweg 53.90%
156 Pete Janzen 52.88%
154 Jim Malcolm 52.20%
146 Mike Rader 49.49%
124 Nic Allen 42.03%
122 Carolyn Schwab 41.36%
115 Mick McHugh 38.98%
110 John Mallery 37.29%
105 Nick Varvel 35.59%
105 Sam Mannell 35.59%
105 Terry Mannell 35.59%
104 Chuck Otte 35.25%
101 Scott Seltman 34.24%
100 Galen Pittman 33.90%
100 Tom Ewert 33.90%
97 Rodney Wright 32.88%
95 Jaye Otte 32.20%
93 Gregg Friesen 31.53%
93 Marie Plinsky 31.53%
92 Trent Reed 31.19%
90 Kathy Carroll 30.51%
89 Doris Burnett 30.17%
88 Dan Larson 29.83%
88 Jeff Calhoun 29.83%
87 Glenn Caspers 29.49%
87 Rick Tucker 29.49%
84 John Zempel 28.47%
84 Kathy McDowell 28.47%
83 Malcolm Gold 28.14%
81 Dan Mulhern 27.46%
81 Linda Vidosh Zempel 27.46%
77 Kelli Egbert 26.10%
77 Leon Hicks 26.10%
76 Atcha Nolan 25.76%
75 Will Chatfield-Taylor 25.42%

Decatur 231
171 Brian Simonsson 74.03%
160 Henry Armknecht 69.26%
137 Jim Malcolm 59.31%
117 Pete Janzen 50.65%
102 Jeff Calhoun 44.16%
102 Kevin Groeneweg 44.16%
102 Mike Rader 44.16%
101 Scott Seltman 43.72%
96 Dan Larson 41.56%
86 Jonathan Vande Kopple 37.23%
85 Doris Burnett 36.80%
85 Tom Ewert 36.80%
84 Sam Mannell 36.36%
84 Terry Mannell 36.36%
83 Carol Morgan 35.93%
83 Matt Gearheart 35.93%
76 Glenn Caspers 32.90%

Dickinson 270
209 Chuck Otte 77.41%
171 Henry Armknecht 63.33%
167 Jaye Otte 61.85%
157 Jim Malcolm 58.15%
156 Pete Janzen 57.78%
155 Kevin Groeneweg 57.41%
140 Robert Kruger 51.85%
138 Doris Burnett 51.11%
132 Dan Gish (D) 48.89%
126 Matt Gearheart 46.67%
117 Mike Rader 43.33%
110 Tom Ewert 40.74%
108 Jeff Calhoun 40.00%
106 Nic Allen 39.26%
105 Chet Gresham 38.89%
105 Jim Mayhew 38.89%
102 Dan Larson 37.78%
102 Scott Seltman 37.78%
101 Glenn Caspers 37.41%
96 Malcolm Gold 35.56%
89 Kathy Carroll 32.96%
86 Jeff Keating 31.85%
84 Sam Mannell 31.11%
84 Terry Mannell 31.11%
83 Carolyn Schwab 30.74%
81 Galen Pittman 30.00%
81 Kathy McDowell 30.00%
81 Marie Plinsky 30.00%
81 Linda Vidosh Zempel 30.00%
80 David Haight 29.63%
79 John Zempel 29.26%
78 Carol Morgan 28.89%
75 Robert Penner 27.78%

Doniphan 257
169 Donna Chance 65.76%
169 Herb Chance 65.76%
163 Henry Armknecht 63.42%
144 John Schukman 56.03%
143 Jim Malcolm 55.64%
136 Matt Gearheart 52.92%
125 Galen Pittman 48.64%
125 Kevin Groeneweg 48.64%
123 Pete Janzen 47.86%
112 Don Merz 43.58%
106 Chuck Otte 41.25%
106 Kathy Carroll 41.25%
104 Sam Mannell 40.47%
104 Terry Mannell 40.47%
103 Tom Ewert 40.08%
102 Danny Akers 39.69%
97 Nick Varvel 37.74%
94 David Seibel 36.58%
93 Dan Larson 36.19%
90 Kathy McDowell 35.02%
89 Glenn Caspers 34.63%
87 Mike Rader 33.85%
83 Linda Vidosh Zempel 32.30%
81 Marie Plinsky 31.52%
80 Will Chatfield-Taylor 31.13%
78 John Zempel 30.35%
77 Mick McHugh 29.96%
76 Nic Allen 29.57%
76 Scott Seltman 29.57%

Douglas 367
315 Galen Pittman 85.83%
296 David Seibel 80.65%
296 Phil Wedge 80.65%
288 Kylee Sharp 78.47%
282 Alexis Powell 76.84%
277 Mick McHugh 75.48%
275 Molly Zahn 74.93%
273 Matt Gearheart 74.39%
270 Kathy Carroll 73.57%
265 Gerry Parkinson 72.21%
264 Dan Larson 71.93%
262 Jo-Ann Moore 71.39%
258 Jim Malcolm 70.30%
257 Will Chatfield-Taylor 70.03%
253 Dave Williams 68.94%
253 Kathy McDowell 68.94%
252 Lloyd Moore (D) 68.66%
243 Malcolm Gold 66.21%
242 Linda Vidosh Zempel 65.94%
240 Joseph Hoelscher 65.40%
240 Sue Newland 65.40%
238 Jeff Witters 64.85%
233 Diane Persons 63.49%
232 John Zempel 63.22%
228 Carol Morgan 62.13%
224 Mike Rader 61.04%
224 Debby McKee 61.04%
221 Glenn Caspers 60.22%
221 Jennifer Hammett 60.22%
214 Dan Gish (D) 58.31%
213 Dan Thalmann 58.04%
212 Mark Land 57.77%
209 Dave Henness 56.95%
209 Henry Armknecht 56.95%
206 Nick Varvel 56.13%
205 Rodney Wright 55.86%
202 Marie Plinsky 55.04%
202 Nic Allen 55.04%
202 Sam Mannell 55.04%
202 Terry Mannell 55.04%
197 Aaron Mitchell 53.68%
195 Mark Pheasant 53.13%
194 Steve Roels 52.86%
192 Joey Magerl 52.32%
186 Corey Entriken 50.68%
179 Sarah Roels 48.77%
177 Don Merz 48.23%
173 Mike Hudson 47.14%
168 Kevin Groeneweg 45.78%
167 Duane Otto 45.50%
167 Pete Janzen 45.50%
165 Kelli Egbert 44.96%
165 Walter Cochran 44.96%
157 John Mallery 42.78%
154 Aaron Kim-Luellen 41.96%
154 Chuck Otte 41.96%
149 Sam Schermerhorn 40.60%
149 Steven McDaniel 40.60%
149 Tom Schermerhorn 40.60%
146 Trent Reed 39.78%
143 Chris Fagyal 38.96%
139 Dan Mulhern 37.87%
137 Doris Burnett 37.33%
137 Jim Walton 37.33%
136 Jaye Otte 37.06%
119 Andrew Burnett 32.43%
117 Jenny Gearheart 31.88%
115 Tom Ewert 31.34%
113 Sue Calhoon 30.79%
111 Scott Seltman 30.25%
109 Brandon Magette 29.70%
106 Dennis Farres 28.88%
106 Kat Farres 28.88%
105 Joseph Mosley 28.61%
103 David Schneider 28.07%
103 Sue Stevenson 28.07%
102 Lisa Weeks 27.79%
101 Greyson Yerby 27.52%
100 Harley Winfrey 27.25%
100 Robert Penner 27.25%
95 Jeff Calhoun 25.89%
95 Chris Lake 25.89%
94 Nancy Beard (D) 25.61%
92 Bill Beard (D) 25.07%
92 Nathan Shipley 25.07%
90 Carolyn Schwab 24.52%
89 Michelle Folster 24.25%
86 Edge Wade 23.43%
86 Gregg Friesen 23.43%
86 John Row 23.43%
83 Belky Cuevas 22.62%
80 Cheryl Miller 21.80%
79 Rob Graham 21.53%

Edwards 233
168 Jeff Calhoun 72.10%
168 Henry Armknecht 72.10%
166 Scott Seltman 71.24%
156 Jim Malcolm 66.95%
156 Kevin Groeneweg 66.95%
155 Pete Janzen 66.52%
151 Mary Pat Haddican 64.81%
120 Mike Rader 51.50%
111 Matt Gearheart 47.64%
110 Tom Ewert 47.21%
105 Nic Allen 45.06%
97 Galen Pittman 41.63%
88 Barry Jones 37.77%
86 Glenn Caspers 36.91%
83 Sam Mannell 35.62%
83 Terry Mannell 35.62%
80 Dan Larson 34.33%
78 Gregg Friesen 33.48%

Elk 254
180 Gene Young 70.87%
177 Jim Malcolm 69.69%
165 Kevin Groeneweg 64.96%
164 Pete Janzen 64.57%
160 Henry Armknecht 62.99%
123 Tom Ewert 48.43%
121 Mike Rader 47.64%
120 Tyler Hicks 47.24%
119 Dan Larson 46.85%
117 Jeff Calhoun 46.06%
115 Robert Penner 45.28%
112 Atcha Nolan 44.09%
111 Carolyn Schwab 43.70%
107 Cheryl Miller 42.13%
100 Andrew Burnett 39.37%
92 Gregg Friesen 36.22%
92 Matt Gearheart 36.22%
89 Galen Pittman 35.04%
89 Scott Seltman 35.04%
86 Glenn Caspers 33.86%
83 Nic Allen 32.68%
82 Sam Mannell 32.28%
82 Terry Mannell 32.28%
78 Chet Gresham 30.71%
77 Kathy McDowell 30.31%
75 Malcolm Gold 29.53%

Ellis 326
236 Henry Armknecht 72.39%
226 Sam Mannell 69.33%
226 Terry Mannell 69.33%
182 Gene Young 55.83%
152 Mike Rader 46.63%
144 Nick Varvel 44.17%
142 David Schneider 43.56%
140 Kevin Groeneweg 42.94%
132 Jim Malcolm 40.49%
123 Jeff Calhoun 37.73%
120 Scott Seltman 36.81%
117 Pete Janzen 35.89%
105 Kyle Schumacher 32.21%
105 Matt Gearheart 32.21%
94 Dan Larson 28.83%
91 Carolyn Schwab 27.91%
88 Tom Ewert 26.99%
84 Glenn Caspers 25.77%
81 Chuck Otte 24.85%
79 Doris Burnett 24.23%
79 Jonathan Vande Kopple 24.23%
78 Robert Penner 23.93%

Ellsworth 305
277 Mike Rader 90.82%
185 Henry Armknecht 60.66%
169 Robert Kruger 55.41%
156 Pete Janzen 51.15%
155 Jim Malcolm 50.82%
152 Kevin Groeneweg 49.84%
146 Scott Seltman 47.87%
142 Matt Gearheart 46.56%
133 Tom Ewert 43.61%
130 Chuck Otte 42.62%
125 Dan Larson 40.98%
120 Carolyn Schwab 39.34%
116 Doris Burnett 38.03%
116 Jeff Calhoun 38.03%
114 Glenn Caspers 37.38%
111 Dan Gish (D) 36.39%
106 Nic Allen 34.75%
106 Sam Mannell 34.75%
106 Terry Mannell 34.75%
98 Robert Penner 32.13%
97 Galen Pittman 31.80%
96 Nick Varvel 31.48%
94 Gregg Friesen 30.82%
92 Kathy McDowell 30.16%
91 Malcolm Gold 29.84%
90 Marie Plinsky 29.51%
87 Linda Vidosh Zempel 28.52%
85 Carol Morgan 27.87%
85 Mark Land 27.87%
82 Jaye Otte 26.89%
80 Will Chatfield-Taylor 26.23%
78 Andrew Miller 25.57%
76 Kathy Carroll 24.92%

Finney 353
202 Jeff Calhoun 57.22%
181 T. J. Walker 51.27%
180 Henry Armknecht 50.99%
177 Mike Rader 50.14%
171 Scott Seltman 48.44%
164 Kevin Groeneweg 46.46%
160 Matt Gearheart 45.33%
154 Pete Janzen 43.63%
132 Dan Larson 37.39%
129 Dan Baffa 36.54%
125 Jim Malcolm 35.41%
120 Tom Ewert 33.99%
109 Sam Mannell 30.88%
109 Terry Mannell 30.88%
108 Trent Reed 30.59%
104 Carolyn Schwab 29.46%
101 Rodney Wright 28.61%
100 Sam Schermerhorn 28.33%
100 Tom Schermerhorn 28.33%
98 Nick Varvel 27.76%
95 Nic Allen 26.91%
93 Galen Pittman 26.35%
87 Dan Gish (D) 24.65%
87 David Seibel 24.65%
86 Chuck Otte 24.36%
85 Gregg Friesen 24.08%
84 Glenn Caspers 23.80%
84 Tyler Hicks 23.80%
81 Robert Penner 22.95%
80 Bill Beard (D) 22.66%
80 Nancy Beard (D) 22.66%
78 Kathy Carroll 22.10%
75 Doris Burnett 21.25%
75 John Zempel 21.25%
75 Linda Vidosh Zempel 21.25%

Ford 314
264 Jeff Calhoun 84.08%
189 Henry Armknecht 60.19%
182 Tom Ewert 57.96%
177 Kevin Groeneweg 56.37%
157 Matt Gearheart 50.00%
152 Scott Seltman 48.41%
151 Galen Pittman 48.09%
150 Pete Janzen 47.77%
132 Glenn Caspers 42.04%
124 Will Chatfield-Taylor 39.49%
121 Rodney Wright 38.54%
120 Jim Malcolm 38.22%
120 Mike Rader 38.22%
117 Sam Mannell 37.26%
117 Terry Mannell 37.26%
115 Danny Akers 36.62%
111 Doris Burnett 35.35%
109 Dan Larson 34.71%
104 Nic Allen 33.12%
99 Trent Reed 31.53%
94 Harry Gregory 29.94%
91 Andrew Burnett 28.98%
88 Carol Morgan 28.03%
86 Carolyn Schwab 27.39%
86 Don Merz 27.39%
86 Kathy Carroll 27.39%
84 Jennifer Hammett 26.75%
83 Chuck Otte 26.43%
82 Robert Penner 26.11%
81 Atcha Nolan 25.80%
79 Gregg Friesen 25.16%
79 John Mallery 25.16%
75 Jaye Otte 23.89%

Franklin 249
228 Malcolm Gold 91.57%
177 Henry Armknecht 71.08%
166 Jim Malcolm 66.67%
154 Kevin Groeneweg 61.85%
151 Pete Janzen 60.64%
141 Richard Johnston (D) 56.63%
136 John Mallery 54.62%
136 Matt Gearheart 54.62%
131 Galen Pittman 52.61%
130 Mick McHugh 52.21%
127 Nick Varvel 51.00%
119 Kathy Carroll 47.79%
109 Nic Allen 43.78%
106 Scott Seltman 42.57%
105 David Seibel 42.17%
105 Jeff Calhoun 42.17%
103 Kathy McDowell 41.37%
103 Marie Plinsky 41.37%
101 Mark Land 40.56%
101 Trent Reed 40.56%
96 Carolyn Schwab 38.55%
94 Dan Larson 37.75%
93 Rodney Wright 37.35%
92 Mike Rader 36.95%
92 Will Chatfield-Taylor 36.95%
92 Sam Mannell 36.95%
92 Terry Mannell 36.95%
90 Kelli Egbert 36.14%
89 Glenn Caspers 35.74%
87 Andrew Burnett 34.94%
85 Tom Ewert 34.14%
82 Doris Burnett 32.93%
81 Chris Albright 32.53%
81 Chuck Otte 32.53%

Geary 331
304 Chuck Otte 91.84%
291 Jaye Otte 87.92%
276 Jeff Keating 83.38%
237 Doris Burnett 71.60%
224 Mike Rader 67.67%
192 Henry Armknecht 58.01%
190 Robert Kruger 57.40%
188 Calvin Wohler 56.80%
187 Matt Gearheart 56.50%
182 John Row 54.98%
170 Nic Allen 51.36%
166 Scott Seltman 50.15%
161 Kevin Groeneweg 48.64%
156 Dan Mulhern 47.13%
154 Pete Janzen 46.53%
151 Galen Pittman 45.62%
149 Dan Larson 45.02%
149 Jim Malcolm 45.02%
149 Carol Morgan 45.02%
148 Tom Ewert 44.71%
145 Linda Vidosh Zempel 43.81%
142 Dan Gish (D) 42.90%
142 Malcolm Gold 42.90%
140 Brett Sandercock 42.30%
138 Sam Mannell 41.69%
138 Terry Mannell 41.69%
137 Chris Lake 41.39%
133 Carolyn Schwab 40.18%
133 John Zempel 40.18%
131 Mark Land 39.58%
129 Nick Varvel 38.97%
127 Cheryl Miller 38.37%
127 Kathy McDowell 38.37%
122 Marie Plinsky 36.86%
119 David Seibel 35.95%
118 Rodney Wright 35.65%
107 Tom Schermerhorn 32.33%
107 Debby McKee 32.33%
106 Glenn Caspers 32.02%
104 Sam Schermerhorn 31.42%
100 Jeff Calhoun 30.21%
99 Kathy Carroll 29.91%
95 Robert Penner 28.70%
94 Charles Anderson 28.40%
93 Sue Newland 28.10%
92 Bill Beard (D) 27.79%
92 Nancy Beard (D) 27.79%
87 Mick McHugh 26.28%
85 Nathan Shipley 25.68%
83 John Mallery 25.08%
82 Jenny Gearheart 24.77%
81 Gregg Friesen 24.47%
80 Will Chatfield-Taylor 24.17%
76 Mike Hudson 22.96%
76 Diane Persons 22.96%
75 Trent Reed 22.66%

Gove 225
159 Henry Armknecht 70.67%
152 Pete Janzen 67.56%
123 Jim Malcolm 54.67%
118 Scott Seltman 52.44%
117 Trent Reed 52.00%
113 Kevin Groeneweg 50.22%
109 Jeff Calhoun 48.44%
102 Robert Penner 45.33%
98 Matt Gearheart 43.56%
93 Glenn Caspers 41.33%
85 Dan Larson 37.78%
81 Nick Varvel 36.00%
81 Sam Mannell 36.00%
81 Terry Mannell 36.00%
80 Tom Ewert 35.56%
75 Mike Hudson 33.33%

Graham 219
166 Henry Armknecht 75.80%
157 Scott Seltman 71.69%
129 Kevin Groeneweg 58.90%
127 Jim Malcolm 57.99%
125 Pete Janzen 57.08%
117 Jeff Calhoun 53.42%
112 Sam Mannell 51.14%
112 Terry Mannell 51.14%
111 Jonathan Vande Kopple 50.68%
105 Mike Rader 47.95%
102 Dan Larson 46.58%
101 Robert Penner 46.12%
87 Glenn Caspers 39.73%
85 Matt Gearheart 38.81%
82 Doris Burnett 37.44%
78 Nic Allen 35.62%
77 Trent Reed 35.16%
76 Tom Ewert 34.70%

Grant 273
237 Kellye Hart 86.81%
173 Henry Armknecht 63.37%
162 Jeff Calhoun 59.34%
149 Kevin Groeneweg 54.58%
133 Pete Janzen 48.72%
131 Mike Rader 47.99%
125 Jim Malcolm 45.79%
121 Scott Seltman 44.32%
120 Matt Gearheart 43.96%
86 Sam Mannell 31.50%
86 Terry Mannell 31.50%
84 Tom Ewert 30.77%
79 Tyler Hicks 28.94%
77 Dan Larson 28.21%
75 Glenn Caspers 27.47%

Gray 239
177 Jeff Calhoun 74.06%
170 Scott Seltman 71.13%
165 Henry Armknecht 69.04%
143 Kevin Groeneweg 59.83%
137 Matt Gearheart 57.32%
134 Mike Rader 56.07%
130 Pete Janzen 54.39%
123 Nic Allen 51.46%
121 Jim Malcolm 50.63%
112 Dan Larson 46.86%
112 Tom Ewert 46.86%
96 Gregg Friesen 40.17%
93 Doris Burnett 38.91%
87 Will Chatfield-Taylor 36.40%
84 Kathy Carroll 35.15%
84 Sam Mannell 35.15%
84 Terry Mannell 35.15%
82 Galen Pittman 34.31%
80 John Mallery 33.47%
78 Glenn Caspers 32.64%

Greeley 217
158 Henry Armknecht 72.81%
141 Kevin Groeneweg 64.98%
140 Pete Janzen 64.52%
135 Sebastian Patti 62.21%
126 Jim Malcolm 58.06%
113 Matt Gearheart 52.07%
101 Jeff Calhoun 46.54%
91 Scott Seltman 41.94%
90 Sam Mannell 41.47%
90 Terry Mannell 41.47%
88 Tom Ewert 40.55%
83 Mike Rader 38.25%
80 Glenn Caspers 36.87%

Greenwood 255
191 Jim Malcolm 74.90%
182 Pete Janzen 71.37%
163 Kevin Groeneweg 63.92%
159 Henry Armknecht 62.35%
147 Matt Gearheart 57.65%
125 Tom Ewert 49.02%
123 Jeff Calhoun 48.24%
122 Dan Larson 47.84%
119 Galen Pittman 46.67%
119 Mike Rader 46.67%
112 Marie Plinsky 43.92%
111 Aaron Mitchell 43.53%
111 Carolyn Schwab 43.53%
110 Gregg Friesen 43.14%
109 Scott Seltman 42.75%
106 Glenn Caspers 41.57%
105 Robert Penner 41.18%
103 Cheryl Miller 40.39%
102 David Seibel 40.00%
93 Andrew Burnett 36.47%
90 Nic Allen 35.29%
89 Doris Burnett 34.90%
88 David Mills 34.51%
86 Atcha Nolan 33.73%
84 Rick Tucker 32.94%
83 Sam Mannell 32.55%
83 Terry Mannell 32.55%
82 Kathy McDowell 32.16%
82 Kathy Carroll 32.16%
80 Chet Gresham 31.37%
79 Bill Beard (D) 30.98%
79 Chuck Otte 30.98%
79 Nancy Beard (D) 30.98%
77 Will Chatfield-Taylor 30.20%
77 Malcolm Gold 30.20%
75 Tony Schaar 29.41%

Hamilton 276
188 Jeff Calhoun 68.12%
177 Henry Armknecht 64.13%
154 Kevin Groeneweg 55.80%
153 Jim Malcolm 55.43%
143 Scott Seltman 51.81%
127 Pete Janzen 46.01%
124 Tom Ewert 44.93%
111 Matt Gearheart 40.22%
98 Tyler Hicks 35.51%
93 Mike Rader 33.70%
90 Sam Mannell 32.61%
90 Terry Mannell 32.61%
83 Glenn Caspers 30.07%
80 Dan Larson 28.99%
77 Kathy Carroll 27.90%

Harper 258
183 Corey Entriken 70.93%
180 Kevin Groeneweg 69.77%
169 Tom Ewert 65.50%
168 Pete Janzen 65.12%
161 Gene Young 62.40%
156 Scott Seltman 60.47%
156 Henry Armknecht 60.47%
150 Glenn Caspers 58.14%
140 Jeff Calhoun 54.26%
129 Jim Malcolm 50.00%
120 Carolyn Schwab 46.51%
113 Dan Larson 43.80%
108 Bill Beard (D) 41.86%
108 Sam Mannell 41.86%
108 Terry Mannell 41.86%
105 Nancy Beard (D) 40.70%
102 Mike Rader 39.53%
98 Leon Hicks 37.98%
85 Matt Gearheart 32.95%
78 Kathy Carroll 30.23%
76 Carol Morgan 29.46%
75 Diane Persons 29.07%

Harvey 329
270 Carolyn Schwab 82.07%
269 Bob Dester 81.76%
254 Rod Wedel 77.20%
250 Gregg Friesen 75.99%
249 Jay Newton 75.68%
235 Pete Janzen 71.43%
227 Ethan Maynard 69.00%
206 Tyler Hicks 62.61%
204 Tom Ewert 62.01%
203 Kevin Groeneweg 61.70%
187 Cheryl Miller 56.84%
172 Henry Armknecht 52.28%
148 Jim Malcolm 44.98%
134 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 40.73%
131 Nancy Beard (D) 39.82%
130 Bill Beard (D) 39.51%
126 Doris Burnett 38.30%
125 Jeff Calhoun 37.99%
117 Robert Penner 35.56%
117 Marie Plinsky 35.56%
112 Dan Larson 34.04%
101 Matt Gearheart 30.70%
100 Chuck Otte 30.40%
100 James Barnes 30.40%
100 Scott Seltman 30.40%
99 Kathy McDowell 30.09%
98 Chet Gresham 29.79%
98 Mike Rader 29.79%
92 Glenn Caspers 27.96%
92 Sam Mannell 27.96%
92 Terry Mannell 27.96%
87 Leon Hicks 26.44%
86 Jaye Otte 26.14%
85 Nic Allen 25.84%
75 Carol Morgan 22.80%
75 Jeremy Coleman 22.80%
75 Atcha Nolan 22.80%
75 Harry Gregory 22.80%

Haskell 248
179 Mike Rader 72.18%
160 Henry Armknecht 64.52%
158 Jeff Calhoun 63.71%
125 Kevin Groeneweg 50.40%
123 Pete Janzen 49.60%
118 Scott Seltman 47.58%
114 Jim Malcolm 45.97%
99 Matt Gearheart 39.92%
83 Sam Mannell 33.47%
83 Terry Mannell 33.47%
83 Tom Ewert 33.47%
80 Nic Allen 32.26%
76 Glenn Caspers 30.65%
75 Dan Larson 30.24%

Hodgeman 258
215 Jeff Calhoun 83.33%
182 Scott Seltman 70.54%
170 Kevin Groeneweg 65.89%
168 Henry Armknecht 65.12%
151 Pete Janzen 58.53%
146 Tom Ewert 56.59%
143 Matt Gearheart 55.43%
141 Jim Malcolm 54.65%
134 Mike Rader 51.94%
132 Doris Burnett 51.16%
122 Glenn Caspers 47.29%
116 Barry Jones 44.96%
116 Mary Pat Haddican 44.96%
115 Nic Allen 44.57%
109 Carolyn Schwab 42.25%
108 John Zempel 41.86%
107 Linda Vidosh Zempel 41.47%
101 Dan Larson 39.15%
96 Will Chatfield-Taylor 37.21%
86 Galen Pittman 33.33%
85 Sam Mannell 32.95%
85 Terry Mannell 32.95%
82 Malcolm Gold 31.78%
80 Kathy Carroll 31.01%
79 Dan Mulhern 30.62%
79 Gregg Friesen 30.62%
79 Trent Reed 30.62%
77 Robert Penner 29.84%

Jackson 276
236 Mike Harding 85.51%
227 Al Schirmacher 82.25%
215 Don Merz 77.90%
203 Linda Vidosh Zempel 73.55%
196 Jim Malcolm 71.01%
183 John Zempel 66.30%
162 Chuck Otte 58.70%
159 Henry Armknecht 57.61%
159 Carol Morgan 57.61%
155 Kevin Groeneweg 56.16%
151 Pete Janzen 54.71%
140 Glenn Caspers 50.72%
136 Dan Larson 49.28%
129 Matt Gearheart 46.74%
127 Galen Pittman 46.01%
126 Sam Mannell 45.65%
126 Terry Mannell 45.65%
125 Debby McKee 45.29%
124 Malcolm Gold 44.93%
122 Marie Plinsky 44.20%
121 Tom Ewert 43.84%
119 Kathy McDowell 43.12%
113 Sue Newland 40.94%
110 Nick Varvel 39.86%
99 Jaye Otte 35.87%
98 Mike Rader 35.51%
95 Mick McHugh 34.42%
93 Scott Seltman 33.70%
91 Jeff Hansen 32.97%
87 Brandon Magette 31.52%
82 Kathy Carroll 29.71%
81 Tony Schaar 29.35%
78 Nic Allen 28.26%
78 Will Chatfield-Taylor 28.26%
77 Diane Persons 27.90%

Jefferson 338
292 Galen Pittman 86.39%
262 Mick McHugh 77.51%
252 Jim Malcolm 74.56%
247 Lloyd Moore (D) 73.08%
240 David Seibel 71.01%
227 Sam Mannell 67.16%
227 Terry Mannell 67.16%
224 Kathy Carroll 66.27%
222 Mike Rader 65.68%
214 Glenn Caspers 63.31%
213 Matt Gearheart 63.02%
212 Don Merz 62.72%
209 Carol Morgan 61.83%
208 Diane Persons 61.54%
203 Al Schirmacher 60.06%
193 Dan Gish (D) 57.10%
189 Robert Fisher (D) 55.92%
189 Sue Newland 55.92%
189 Debby McKee 55.92%
187 Jo-Ann Moore 55.33%
183 Henry Armknecht 54.14%
183 Dan Larson 54.14%
176 Mark Pheasant 52.07%
172 Dave Henness 50.89%
171 Linda Vidosh Zempel 50.59%
169 Nic Allen 50.00%
168 Kathy McDowell 49.70%
160 Dave Williams 47.34%
158 Phil Wedge 46.75%
158 John Zempel 46.75%
152 Marie Plinsky 44.97%
152 Pete Janzen 44.97%
147 Chuck Otte 43.49%
145 Mike Hudson 42.90%
143 Mark Land 42.31%
139 Jaye Otte 41.12%
139 Nick Varvel 41.12%
135 Kevin Groeneweg 39.94%
132 Will Chatfield-Taylor 39.05%
128 Jennifer Hammett 37.87%
124 Corey Entriken 36.69%
124 Malcolm Gold 36.69%
115 Jeff Hansen 34.02%
113 Scott Seltman 33.43%
109 Aaron Mitchell 32.25%
106 Dan Mulhern 31.36%
98 Doris Burnett 28.99%
94 Mike Harding 27.81%
90 Duane Otto 26.63%
88 Rodney Wright 26.04%
84 Kelli Egbert 24.85%
83 Tom Ewert 24.56%
79 Tony Schaar 23.37%

Jewell 248
180 Henry Armknecht 72.58%
138 Jim Malcolm 55.65%
124 Pete Janzen 50.00%
124 Scott Seltman 50.00%
122 Mike Rader 49.19%
118 Carolyn Schwab 47.58%
118 Jeff Calhoun 47.58%
110 Gregg Friesen 44.35%
110 Kevin Groeneweg 44.35%
107 Glenn Caspers 43.15%
107 Sam Mannell 43.15%
107 Terry Mannell 43.15%
104 Chuck Otte 41.94%
104 Doris Burnett 41.94%
101 Matt Gearheart 40.73%
98 Jonathan Vande Kopple 39.52%
95 Mike Harding 38.31%
91 Phil Wedge 36.69%
89 Dan Larson 35.89%
83 Marie Plinsky 33.47%
82 Kathy McDowell 33.06%
79 Jon Strong 31.85%
79 Tom Ewert 31.85%

Johnson 341
310 Matt Gearheart 90.91%
309 Mark Land 90.62%
300 Terry Swope 87.98%
282 Nic Allen 82.70%
276 Rodney Wright 80.94%
276 Malcolm Gold 80.94%
264 Chris Hobbs 77.42%
260 Corey Entriken 76.25%
260 David Seibel 76.25%
259 Galen Pittman 75.95%
256 Kathy Carroll 75.07%
249 Jeff Witters 73.02%
246 Jennifer Hammett 72.14%
246 Nick Varvel 72.14%
246 Trent Reed 72.14%
245 Aaron Mitchell 71.85%
243 Mick McHugh 71.26%
242 Jim Walton 70.97%
238 Walter Cochran 69.79%
228 Dave Henness 66.86%
223 John Mallery 65.40%
216 Kelli Egbert 63.34%
216 Mark Corder 63.34%
213 Jenny Gearheart 62.46%
212 Lloyd Moore (D) 62.17%
211 Jim Malcolm 61.88%
203 Dave Williams 59.53%
203 Steven McDaniel 59.53%
201 Mike Hudson 58.94%
201 Henry Armknecht 58.94%
190 Will Chatfield-Taylor 55.72%
186 Diane Persons 54.55%
185 Greyson Yerby 54.25%
181 Juan Avena 53.08%
171 Jo-Ann Moore 50.15%
162 Molly Zahn 47.51%
157 Pete Janzen 46.04%
155 Robert Fisher (D) 45.45%
153 Kevin Groeneweg 44.87%
152 Chris Fagyal 44.57%
151 Carol Morgan 44.28%
150 Mike Rader 43.99%
149 Dan Larson 43.70%
147 Jay Newton 43.11%
146 Kathy McDowell 42.82%
141 Nancy Smalldon 41.35%
138 Don Merz 40.47%
133 Sue Calhoon 39.00%
129 Chuck Otte 37.83%
128 Debby McKee 37.54%
124 Marie Plinsky 36.36%
120 Sue Newland 35.19%
118 Linda Vidosh Zempel 34.60%
114 Sam Mannell 33.43%
114 Terry Mannell 33.43%
111 David Kirsch 32.55%
111 David Schneider 32.55%
109 Dan Gish (D) 31.96%
109 Nathan Shipley 31.96%
104 Glenn Caspers 30.50%
103 Lisa Weeks 30.21%
102 Tom Ewert 29.91%
100 Bill Beard (D) 29.33%
100 Nancy Beard (D) 29.33%
100 Joseph Mosley 29.33%
100 John Zempel 29.33%
99 Ben Rogers 29.03%
99 Phil Wedge 29.03%
99 Andrew Burnett 29.03%
94 Belky Cuevas 27.57%
94 Jeff Calhoun 27.57%
91 Jim Wilson 26.69%
89 Duane Otto 26.10%
89 Robert Penner 26.10%
86 Scott Seltman 25.22%
85 Sue Stevenson 24.93%
84 Mark Stafford 24.63%
83 Jaye Otte 24.34%
79 Steve Roels 23.17%
79 Mark Pheasant 23.17%
75 Ashley Laubach 21.99%

Kearny 285
181 Henry Armknecht 63.51%
162 Jeff Calhoun 56.84%
152 Kevin Groeneweg 53.33%
147 Pete Janzen 51.58%
127 Matt Gearheart 44.56%
125 Scott Seltman 43.86%
121 Mike Rader 42.46%
116 Jim Malcolm 40.70%
99 Tom Ewert 34.74%
93 Dan Larson 32.63%
87 Mick McHugh 30.53%
86 Sam Mannell 30.18%
86 Terry Mannell 30.18%
83 Nic Allen 29.12%
81 Kathy Carroll 28.42%
77 Glenn Caspers 27.02%
75 Tyler Hicks 26.32%

Kingman 303
226 Pete Janzen 74.59%
202 Kevin Groeneweg 66.67%
185 Tom Ewert 61.06%
173 Mike Rader 57.10%
171 Scott Seltman 56.44%
157 Henry Armknecht 51.82%
151 Tyler Hicks 49.83%
150 Jeff Calhoun 49.50%
146 Gregg Friesen 48.18%
141 Bill Beard (D) 46.53%
141 Nancy Beard (D) 46.53%
141 Andrew Miller 46.53%
139 Jim Malcolm 45.87%
112 Carolyn Schwab 36.96%
105 Matt Gearheart 34.65%
104 Leon Hicks 34.32%
103 Glenn Caspers 33.99%
103 Rod Wedel 33.99%
101 James Barnes 33.33%
100 Chet Gresham 33.00%
98 Joseph Miller 32.34%
97 Dan Larson 32.01%
93 Sam Mannell 30.69%
93 Terry Mannell 30.69%
90 Galen Pittman 29.70%
87 Robert Penner 28.71%
82 Malcolm Gold 27.06%
80 Marie Plinsky 26.40%
78 Kathy Carroll 25.74%

Kiowa 269
177 Henry Armknecht 65.80%
174 Jeff Calhoun 64.68%
171 Jay Newton 63.57%
164 Kevin Groeneweg 60.97%
159 Scott Seltman 59.11%
155 Pete Janzen 57.62%
150 Mike Rader 55.76%
138 Gregg Friesen 51.30%
127 Tom Ewert 47.21%
126 Jim Malcolm 46.84%
117 Matt Gearheart 43.49%
114 Galen Pittman 42.38%
103 Nic Allen 38.29%
102 Trent Reed 37.92%
101 Malcolm Gold 37.55%
98 Kathy Carroll 36.43%
97 Dan Larson 36.06%
94 Sam Mannell 34.94%
94 Terry Mannell 34.94%
92 Will Chatfield-Taylor 34.20%
90 Doris Burnett 33.46%
89 Robert Penner 33.09%
88 Rodney Wright 32.71%
83 Glenn Caspers 30.86%
83 Mary Pat Haddican 30.86%
77 Jonathan Vande Kopple 28.62%
76 Debby McKee 28.25%

Labette 266
223 Andrew Burnett 83.83%
194 Rick Tucker 72.93%
189 Chad Gardner 71.05%
167 Henry Armknecht 62.78%
166 Kevin Groeneweg 62.41%
164 Pete Janzen 61.65%
150 Jim Malcolm 56.39%
140 Matt Gearheart 52.63%
111 Tom Ewert 41.73%
106 Mike Rader 39.85%
97 Scott Seltman 36.47%
96 Chuck Otte 36.09%
96 Jaye Otte 36.09%
94 Dan Larson 35.34%
92 Malcolm Gold 34.59%
91 Carolyn Schwab 34.21%
88 Nic Allen 33.08%
86 Glenn Caspers 32.33%
85 Andrew Miller 31.95%
82 Galen Pittman 30.83%
82 Marie Plinsky 30.83%
81 Sam Mannell 30.45%
81 Terry Mannell 30.45%
79 Kathy Carroll 29.70%
78 Leon Hicks 29.32%
77 Nick Varvel 28.95%
77 Will Chatfield-Taylor 28.95%
76 Jeff Calhoun 28.57%
76 Diane Persons 28.57%
76 Trent Reed 28.57%

Lane 223
160 Henry Armknecht 71.75%
148 Pete Janzen 66.37%
134 Jeff Calhoun 60.09%
131 Kevin Groeneweg 58.74%
119 Jim Malcolm 53.36%
111 Scott Seltman 49.78%
106 Tom Ewert 47.53%
92 Matt Gearheart 41.26%
91 Glenn Caspers 40.81%
88 Robert Penner 39.46%
82 Sam Mannell 36.77%
82 Terry Mannell 36.77%
82 Trent Reed 36.77%
81 Doris Burnett 36.32%
77 Nic Allen 34.53%

Leavenworth 292
272 John Schukman 93.15%
264 Galen Pittman 90.41%
244 Kathy Carroll 83.56%
238 Dave Williams 81.51%
204 Diane Persons 69.86%
201 David Seibel 68.84%
200 Matt Gearheart 68.49%
185 Mike Rader 63.36%
180 Mick McHugh 61.64%
170 Henry Armknecht 58.22%
154 Dave Henness 52.74%
143 Jim Malcolm 48.97%
139 Craig Faanes 47.60%
139 Kevin Groeneweg 47.60%
132 Malcolm Gold 45.21%
127 Nic Allen 43.49%
127 Ron Theel 43.49%
123 Mark Land 42.12%
121 Marie Plinsky 41.44%
120 Dan Larson 41.10%
119 Dan Mulhern 40.75%
118 Scott Seltman 40.41%
118 Pete Janzen 40.41%
116 Glenn Caspers 39.73%
116 Sam Mannell 39.73%
116 Terry Mannell 39.73%
112 Tom Ewert 38.36%
111 Sarah Roels 38.01%
111 Steve Roels 38.01%
108 Charles Anderson 36.99%
108 Linda Vidosh Zempel 36.99%
107 Sue Calhoon 36.64%
107 Sue Stevenson 36.64%
106 Mark Van Horn 36.30%
106 Nick Varvel 36.30%
105 Kathy McDowell 35.96%
104 Chuck Otte 35.62%
102 Aaron Mitchell 34.93%
102 Carolyn Schwab 34.93%
101 Jaye Otte 34.59%
98 Phil Wedge 33.56%
96 Will Chatfield-Taylor 32.88%
94 John Mallery 32.19%
91 Don Merz 31.16%
89 Eugene Lewis 30.48%
89 Eulalia Lewis (D) 30.48%
85 Molly Zahn 29.11%
84 Gerry Parkinson 28.77%
81 Cheryl Miller 27.74%
80 Rodney Wright 27.40%
78 Mike Hudson 26.71%

Lincoln 248
206 Mike Rader 83.06%
172 Henry Armknecht 69.35%
140 Jim Malcolm 56.45%
129 Doris Burnett 52.02%
128 Matt Gearheart 51.61%
119 Scott Seltman 47.98%
117 Pete Janzen 47.18%
109 Kevin Groeneweg 43.95%
107 Chuck Otte 43.15%
106 Jeff Calhoun 42.74%
102 Tom Ewert 41.13%
99 Robert Penner 39.92%
94 Sam Mannell 37.90%
94 Terry Mannell 37.90%
90 Dan Larson 36.29%
90 Nic Allen 36.29%
85 Glenn Caspers 34.27%
85 Gregg Friesen 34.27%
82 Galen Pittman 33.06%

Linn 335
287 Chris Hobbs 85.67%
281 Mick McHugh 83.88%
273 Lloyd Moore (D) 81.49%
265 Galen Pittman 79.10%
262 Mark Corder 78.21%
247 Robert Fisher (D) 73.73%
245 Malcolm Gold 73.13%
242 Matt Gearheart 72.24%
232 Mark Land 69.25%
226 David Seibel 67.46%
220 Dave Henness 65.67%
212 Nick Varvel 63.28%
207 Trent Reed 61.79%
207 Kathy Carroll 61.79%
206 Aaron Mitchell 61.49%
204 Jennifer Hammett 60.90%
204 Nic Allen 60.90%
196 Phil Wedge 58.51%
189 Henry Armknecht 56.42%
188 John Mallery 56.12%
187 Jim Malcolm 55.82%
184 Diane Persons 54.93%
181 Dave Williams 54.03%
178 Mike Rader 53.13%
173 Lowell Johnson 51.64%
165 Linda Vidosh Zempel 49.25%
160 Will Chatfield-Taylor 47.76%
159 Rodney Wright 47.46%
153 Pete Janzen 45.67%
151 Kevin Groeneweg 45.07%
149 Corey Entriken 44.48%
148 Harry Gregory 44.18%
148 Sue Newland 44.18%
147 Kelli Egbert 43.88%
145 Carolyn Schwab 43.28%
144 Steven McDaniel 42.99%
142 John Zempel 42.39%
142 Dan Larson 42.39%
135 Sue Calhoon 40.30%
135 Sue Stevenson 40.30%
134 Andrew Burnett 40.00%
133 Dan Mulhern 39.70%
130 Scott Seltman 38.81%
125 Doris Burnett 37.31%
123 Carol Morgan 36.72%
122 Tyler Hicks 36.42%
121 Glenn Caspers 36.12%
121 Sam Mannell 36.12%
121 Terry Mannell 36.12%
118 Gregg Friesen 35.22%
115 Mike Hudson 34.33%
113 Jeff Calhoun 33.73%
111 Chet Gresham 33.13%
110 Jenny Gearheart 32.84%
110 Sam Schermerhorn 32.84%
110 Tom Schermerhorn 32.84%
109 Kathy McDowell 32.54%
109 Tom Ewert 32.54%
108 Marie Plinsky 32.24%
103 Chuck Otte 30.75%
98 Debby McKee 29.25%
96 Chris Fagyal 28.66%
90 Edge Wade 26.87%
86 Greyson Yerby 25.67%
85 Brandon Magette 25.37%
84 Lisa Edwards 25.07%
82 Ashley Laubach 24.48%
78 Jon Strong 23.28%
76 Dan Gish (D) 22.69%

Logan 224
170 Pete Janzen 75.89%
155 Henry Armknecht 69.20%
126 Jim Malcolm 56.25%
117 Matt Gearheart 52.23%
110 Robert Penner 49.11%
109 Kevin Groeneweg 48.66%
104 Jeff Calhoun 46.43%
103 Scott Seltman 45.98%
98 Tom Ewert 43.75%
96 Sam Mannell 42.86%
96 Terry Mannell 42.86%
96 Trent Reed 42.86%
94 Dan Mulhern 41.96%
82 Glenn Caspers 36.61%
75 Mike Hudson 33.48%

Lyon 315
250 Alexis Powell 79.37%
216 Jim Malcolm 68.57%
192 Matt Gearheart 60.95%
170 Kylee Sharp 53.97%
164 Henry Armknecht 52.06%
161 Nic Allen 51.11%
159 Jeff Witters 50.48%
159 Kevin Groeneweg 50.48%
158 Galen Pittman 50.16%
156 Dan Larson 49.52%
154 Pete Janzen 48.89%
144 Malcolm Gold 45.71%
139 Mike Rader 44.13%
138 Mark Land 43.81%
130 Bill Trelc Jr. 41.27%
130 Doris Burnett 41.27%
128 Dan Mulhern 40.63%
125 Jennifer Hammett 39.68%
125 Mick McHugh 39.68%
123 Will Chatfield-Taylor 39.05%
122 Glenn Caspers 38.73%
118 Chuck Otte 37.46%
118 Kathy Carroll 37.46%
116 Nick Varvel 36.83%
114 Dan Gish (D) 36.19%
113 Tom Ewert 35.87%
107 Aaron Mitchell 33.97%
106 Tom Schermerhorn 33.65%
105 Marie Plinsky 33.33%
104 David Seibel 33.02%
101 Kathy McDowell 32.06%
101 Sam Schermerhorn 32.06%
101 Debby McKee 32.06%
100 Scott Seltman 31.75%
99 Robert Penner 31.43%
97 Kelli Egbert 30.79%
97 Sam Mannell 30.79%
97 Terry Mannell 30.79%
96 Sue Newland 30.48%
95 Carol Morgan 30.16%
91 Trent Reed 28.89%
86 Carolyn Schwab 27.30%
86 Jaye Otte 27.30%
84 Jeff Calhoun 26.67%
83 Linda Vidosh Zempel 26.35%
82 Dallas Hewett 26.03%
82 Rodney Wright 26.03%
81 Mark Pheasant 25.71%
80 John Mallery 25.40%
77 Diane Persons 24.44%

Marion 289
231 Jim Wilson 79.93%
224 Tom Ewert 77.51%
216 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 74.74%
216 Tristan Weinbrenner 74.74%
199 Chet Gresham 68.86%
189 Kevin Groeneweg 65.40%
175 Jim Malcolm 60.55%
162 Pete Janzen 56.06%
159 Henry Armknecht 55.02%
147 Gregg Friesen 50.87%
143 Carolyn Schwab 49.48%
129 Jeff Calhoun 44.64%
128 Matt Gearheart 44.29%
124 Chuck Otte 42.91%
119 Nancy Beard (D) 41.18%
117 Bill Beard (D) 40.48%
116 Robert Penner 40.14%
115 Mike Rader 39.79%
113 Cheryl Miller 39.10%
107 Malcolm Gold 37.02%
107 Nic Allen 37.02%
106 Rod Wedel 36.68%
105 Ethan Maynard 36.33%
103 Doris Burnett 35.64%
103 Glenn Caspers 35.64%
102 Tyler Hicks 35.29%
101 Scott Seltman 34.95%
96 Jaye Otte 33.22%
94 Leon Hicks 32.53%
92 Galen Pittman 31.83%
85 Dan Larson 29.41%
84 Sam Mannell 29.07%
84 Terry Mannell 29.07%
83 Will Chatfield-Taylor 28.72%
82 Kathy McDowell 28.37%
82 Nick Varvel 28.37%
82 Todd Becker 28.37%
79 Jennifer Hammett 27.34%
79 John Mallery 27.34%
78 Marie Plinsky 26.99%
76 Mick McHugh 26.30%
75 Kathy Carroll 25.95%

Marshall 249
215 Tom Parker 86.35%
165 Henry Armknecht 66.27%
137 Pete Janzen 55.02%
134 Kevin Groeneweg 53.82%
121 Dan Thalmann 48.59%
120 Jim Malcolm 48.19%
109 Dan Mulhern 43.78%
108 Tom Ewert 43.37%
105 Chuck Otte 42.17%
104 Doris Burnett 41.77%
93 Glenn Caspers 37.35%
93 Nic Allen 37.35%
92 Sam Mannell 36.95%
92 Terry Mannell 36.95%
88 Galen Pittman 35.34%
85 Don Merz 34.14%
85 Mike Rader 34.14%
84 Matt Gearheart 33.73%
80 Scott Seltman 32.13%
79 Robert Penner 31.73%
78 Gregg Friesen 31.33%
77 Dan Larson 30.92%
77 Kathy McDowell 30.92%
77 Marie Plinsky 30.92%

McPherson 297
242 Steve Lansaw 81.48%
227 Tristan Weinbrenner 76.43%
185 Tom Ewert 62.29%
182 Ethan Maynard 61.28%
182 Robert Kruger 61.28%
176 Henry Armknecht 59.26%
170 Kevin Groeneweg 57.24%
160 Jim Malcolm 53.87%
159 Pete Janzen 53.54%
152 Gregg Friesen 51.18%
144 Doris Burnett 48.48%
136 Gerry Parkinson 45.79%
128 Matt Gearheart 43.10%
125 Bill Beard (D) 42.09%
125 Nancy Beard (D) 42.09%
121 Jeff Calhoun 40.74%
119 Carolyn Schwab 40.07%
116 John Mallery 39.06%
112 Scott Seltman 37.71%
111 Mike Rader 37.37%
108 Tyler Hicks 36.36%
107 Chuck Otte 36.03%
102 Galen Pittman 34.34%
102 Glenn Caspers 34.34%
97 Rod Wedel 32.66%
94 Kathy McDowell 31.65%
93 Robert Penner 31.31%
92 Leon Hicks 30.98%
92 Rodney Wright 30.98%
92 Sam Mannell 30.98%
92 Terry Mannell 30.98%
91 Dan Larson 30.64%
89 Malcolm Gold 29.97%
86 Marie Plinsky 28.96%
84 Kelli Egbert 28.28%
82 Nic Allen 27.61%
81 Jennifer Hammett 27.27%
81 Kathy Carroll 27.27%
77 Chet Gresham 25.93%
76 Jaye Otte 25.59%

Meade 316
183 Jeff Calhoun 57.91%
171 Henry Armknecht 54.11%
166 Gene Young 52.53%
158 Galen Pittman 50.00%
156 Pete Janzen 49.37%
155 Kevin Groeneweg 49.05%
145 Matt Gearheart 45.89%
137 Scott Seltman 43.35%
134 Lisa Edwards 42.41%
134 Tom Ewert 42.41%
133 Jim Malcolm 42.09%
128 Tyler Hicks 40.51%
114 Gregg Friesen 36.08%
107 Mick McHugh 33.86%
106 Mike Rader 33.54%
102 Bill Beard (D) 32.28%
101 Carolyn Schwab 31.96%
101 Dan Larson 31.96%
100 Nancy Beard (D) 31.65%
98 Will Chatfield-Taylor 31.01%
88 Glenn Caspers 27.85%
87 Sam Mannell 27.53%
87 Terry Mannell 27.53%
83 Robert Penner 26.27%
80 Mark Land 25.32%
76 Chuck Otte 24.05%
75 David Seibel 23.73%

Miami 307
260 Malcolm Gold 84.69%
237 Matt Gearheart 77.20%
232 Nick Varvel 75.57%
231 Peter Sullivan 75.24%
225 Mark Land 73.29%
225 Trent Reed 73.29%
217 Rodney Wright 70.68%
210 Lloyd Moore (D) 68.40%
202 Nic Allen 65.80%
202 Kathy Carroll 65.80%
196 Mick McHugh 63.84%
195 Kelli Egbert 63.52%
193 Jeff Witters 62.87%
181 Dave Henness 58.96%
179 Aaron Mitchell 58.31%
178 John Mallery 57.98%
176 Henry Armknecht 57.33%
167 Jennifer Hammett 54.40%
166 Jim Malcolm 54.07%
160 Walter Cochran 52.12%
159 Galen Pittman 51.79%
155 Pete Janzen 50.49%
153 Kevin Groeneweg 49.84%
143 Diane Persons 46.58%
137 Corey Entriken 44.63%
128 Dan Larson 41.69%
128 Jim Walton 41.69%
128 Mike Hudson 41.69%
125 David Seibel 40.72%
123 Andrew Burnett 40.07%
120 Mike Rader 39.09%
110 Doris Burnett 35.83%
109 Will Chatfield-Taylor 35.50%
107 Marie Plinsky 34.85%
105 Greyson Yerby 34.20%
105 Linda Vidosh Zempel 34.20%
104 John Zempel 33.88%
103 Sam Mannell 33.55%
103 Terry Mannell 33.55%
100 Kathy McDowell 32.57%
98 Jenny Gearheart 31.92%
94 Tom Ewert 30.62%
92 Glenn Caspers 29.97%
92 Jim Wilson 29.97%
81 David Schneider 26.38%
75 Scott Seltman 24.43%

Mitchell 283
243 Henry Armknecht 85.87%
207 Mike Rader 73.14%
170 Scott Seltman 60.07%
159 Jay Newton 56.18%
147 Glenn Caspers 51.94%
143 Carolyn Schwab 50.53%
143 Jim Malcolm 50.53%
135 Doris Burnett 47.70%
129 Matt Gearheart 45.58%
126 Chuck Otte 44.52%
124 Kevin Groeneweg 43.82%
122 Jeff Calhoun 43.11%
120 Pete Janzen 42.40%
110 Phil Wedge 38.87%
110 Robert Penner 38.87%
108 Dan Larson 38.16%
108 Gregg Friesen 38.16%
107 Sam Mannell 37.81%
107 Terry Mannell 37.81%
103 Tom Ewert 36.40%
101 Rod Wedel 35.69%
99 Rick Tucker 34.98%
96 Jaye Otte 33.92%
90 Jonathan Vande Kopple 31.80%
87 Eugene Lewis 30.74%
87 Eulalia Lewis (D) 30.74%
86 Kathy Carroll 30.39%
80 Mark Land 28.27%
76 McKenzie Wiles 26.86%
76 John Row 26.86%
75 Jeff Keating 26.50%
75 Marie Plinsky 26.50%

Montgomery 266
202 Andrew Burnett 75.94%
200 Jim Malcolm 75.19%
181 Henry Armknecht 68.05%
153 Kevin Groeneweg 57.52%
152 Pete Janzen 57.14%
124 Glenn Caspers 46.62%
123 David Mills 46.24%
113 Jeff Calhoun 42.48%
110 Dan Larson 41.35%
108 Matt Gearheart 40.60%
103 Galen Pittman 38.72%
102 Tom Ewert 38.35%
101 Will Chatfield-Taylor 37.97%
95 Nic Allen 35.71%
94 Rick Tucker 35.34%
93 Nick Varvel 34.96%
92 Gregg Friesen 34.59%
92 Mike Rader 34.59%
89 Scott Seltman 33.46%
87 Carolyn Schwab 32.71%
85 Marie Plinsky 31.95%
81 Kathy Carroll 30.45%
80 Sam Mannell 30.08%
80 Terry Mannell 30.08%
80 Malcolm Gold 30.08%
76 Chet Gresham 28.57%
76 Chad Gardner 28.57%
76 Leon Hicks 28.57%

Morris 257
213 Jim Malcolm 82.88%
172 Chuck Otte 66.93%
161 Henry Armknecht 62.65%
157 Pete Janzen 61.09%
151 Kevin Groeneweg 58.75%
150 Matt Gearheart 58.37%
133 Tom Ewert 51.75%
123 Doris Burnett 47.86%
122 Nick Varvel 47.47%
120 Glenn Caspers 46.69%
112 Brett Sandercock 43.58%
109 Jaye Otte 42.41%
109 Sam Mannell 42.41%
109 Terry Mannell 42.41%
102 Scott Seltman 39.69%
102 Dan Larson 39.69%
100 Carolyn Schwab 38.91%
99 Carol Morgan 38.52%
98 Robert Kruger 38.13%
95 Mike Rader 36.96%
89 John Row 34.63%
88 Galen Pittman 34.24%
88 Jeff Calhoun 34.24%
86 Jenny Gearheart 33.46%
85 Kathy McDowell 33.07%
84 Marie Plinsky 32.68%
84 Robert Penner 32.68%
81 Sam Schermerhorn 31.52%
81 Tom Schermerhorn 31.52%
80 Mark Land 31.13%
79 Kathy Carroll 30.74%
78 Debby McKee 30.35%
78 Jane Withee Hebert 30.35%
76 Mick McHugh 29.57%
75 Malcolm Gold 29.18%
75 Nic Allen 29.18%

Morton 378
331 Sebastian Patti 87.57%
319 Mike Rader 84.39%
316 Scott Seltman 83.60%
284 Galen Pittman 75.13%
278 Brandon Percival 73.54%
278 Max Thompson 73.54%
272 Mick McHugh 71.96%
265 Chet Gresham 70.11%
264 Pete Janzen 69.84%
263 Mark Corder 69.58%
262 Gene Young 69.31%
262 Matt Gearheart 69.31%
259 Jim Malcolm 68.52%
254 Chris Hobbs 67.20%
251 Kevin Groeneweg 66.40%
251 Dave Williams 66.40%
249 Jeff Calhoun 65.87%
242 Tyler Hicks 64.02%
238 Will Chatfield-Taylor 62.96%
236 Robert Fisher (D) 62.43%
221 Henry Armknecht 58.47%
213 David Seibel 56.35%
210 Glenn Caspers 55.56%
210 Gregg Friesen 55.56%
208 Doris Burnett 55.03%
206 Mark Land 54.50%
206 Tom Ewert 54.50%
200 Lisa Edwards 52.91%
189 Leon Hicks 50.00%
187 Jay Newton 49.47%
185 Nic Allen 48.94%
184 Andrew Burnett 48.68%
183 Carolyn Schwab 48.41%
183 Kathy Carroll 48.41%
176 Robert Penner 46.56%
168 Dan Gish (D) 44.44%
165 Dan Larson 43.65%
163 Kerrie Kirkpatrick 43.12%
158 Diane Persons 41.80%
156 Nathan Shipley 41.27%
155 Dan Mulhern 41.01%
150 Cheryl Miller 39.68%
150 Kellye Hart 39.68%
149 Malcolm Gold 39.42%
143 Chuck Otte 37.83%
143 Rod Wedel 37.83%
141 Jaye Otte 37.30%
140 Charles Anderson 37.04%
137 Aaron Mitchell 36.24%
129 John Mallery 34.13%
122 Debby McKee 32.28%
120 Danny Akers 31.75%
120 Sam Mannell 31.75%
120 Terry Mannell 31.75%
119 Craig Faanes 31.48%
118 John Zempel 31.22%
114 Linda Vidosh Zempel 30.16%
112 Brandon Magette 29.63%
112 Phil Wedge 29.63%
109 Andrew Miller 28.84%
108 Edge Wade 28.57%
108 Trent Reed 28.57%
107 Jennifer Hammett 28.31%
105 Lowell Johnson 27.78%
104 Jimmy Woodard 27.51%
103 Rodney Wright 27.25%
101 Nancy Beard (D) 26.72%
100 Bill Beard (D) 26.46%
100 Nick Varvel 26.46%
100 Sam Schermerhorn 26.46%
100 Tom Schermerhorn 26.46%
98 Robert Kruger 25.93%
96 Mark Pheasant 25.40%
94 Eugene Lewis 24.87%
94 Eulalia Lewis (D) 24.87%
92 Mike Hudson 24.34%
88 James Barnes 23.28%
86 Mary Pat Haddican 22.75%
85 John Row 22.49%
83 Chris Fagyal 21.96%
82 Jim Wilson 21.69%
76 Jon Strong 20.11%
75 Jonathan Vande Kopple 19.84%
75 Sue Newland 19.84%

Nemaha 248
196 Rosella Royer 79.03%
162 Don Merz 65.32%
162 Henry Armknecht 65.32%
152 Jim Malcolm 61.29%
151 Chuck Otte 60.89%
139 Matt Gearheart 56.05%
137 Galen Pittman 55.24%
134 Pete Janzen 54.03%
129 John Schukman 52.02%
127 Kevin Groeneweg 51.21%
119 Glenn Caspers 47.98%
110 Dan Larson 44.35%
105 Carol Morgan 42.34%
104 Sam Mannell 41.94%
104 Terry Mannell 41.94%
100 Nic Allen 40.32%
96 Mike Rader 38.71%
96 Sue Newland 38.71%
93 Linda Vidosh Zempel 37.50%
91 Tony Schaar 36.69%
91 Tom Ewert 36.69%
90 Robert Penner 36.29%
86 Doris Burnett 34.68%
84 Kathy McDowell 33.87%
84 Marie Plinsky 33.87%
83 Scott Seltman 33.47%
81 Ron Marteney 32.66%
79 Gregg Friesen 31.85%
79 Will Chatfield-Taylor 31.85%
78 Kathy Carroll 31.45%
75 John Zempel 30.24%
75 Jon Strong 30.24%

Neosho 298
301 Andrew Burnett 101.01%
204 Henry Armknecht 68.46%
194 Jim Malcolm 65.10%
189 Rick Tucker 63.42%
182 Matt Gearheart 61.07%
169 Kevin Groeneweg 56.71%
165 Kathy Carroll 55.37%
159 Pete Janzen 53.36%
153 Dave Henness 51.34%
151 Nick Varvel 50.67%
149 Chad Gardner 50.00%
129 Dan Larson 43.29%
127 Jeff Witters 42.62%
126 Nic Allen 42.28%
124 Malcolm Gold 41.61%
119 Carolyn Schwab 39.93%
119 Jeff Calhoun 39.93%
118 Mike Rader 39.60%
117 Jennifer Hammett 39.26%
116 Diane Persons 38.93%
115 Tyler Hicks 38.59%
111 Chet Gresham 37.25%
106 Galen Pittman 35.57%
104 Glenn Caspers 34.90%
104 Sam Mannell 34.90%
104 Terry Mannell 34.90%
102 Tom Ewert 34.23%
101 Scott Seltman 33.89%
100 Debby McKee 33.56%
98 David Mills 32.89%
98 Kathy McDowell 32.89%
98 Marie Plinsky 32.89%
95 Mick McHugh 31.88%
94 Will Chatfield-Taylor 31.54%
93 Robert Penner 31.21%
93 Trent Reed 31.21%
83 Leon Hicks 27.85%
83 Rodney Wright 27.85%
82 Doris Burnett 27.52%
81 Chuck Otte 27.18%
81 John Mallery 27.18%
80 Jaye Otte 26.85%
79 Atcha Nolan 26.51%

Ness 224
176 Henry Armknecht 78.57%
150 Pete Janzen 66.96%
137 Scott Seltman 61.16%
137 Jeff Calhoun 61.16%
130 Jim Malcolm 58.04%
118 Kevin Groeneweg 52.68%
109 Matt Gearheart 48.66%
100 Tom Ewert 44.64%
91 Glenn Caspers 40.63%
90 Sam Mannell 40.18%
90 Terry Mannell 40.18%
89 David Schneider 39.73%
86 Doris Burnett 38.39%
84 Trent Reed 37.50%
79 Dan Larson 35.27%
79 Mike Rader 35.27%
78 Nick Varvel 34.82%
78 Robert Penner 34.82%
77 Nic Allen 34.38%

Norton 245
195 Henry Armknecht 79.59%
188 Scott Seltman 76.73%
159 Jim Malcolm 64.90%
154 Kevin Groeneweg 62.86%
153 Pete Janzen 62.45%
134 Glenn Caspers 54.69%
133 Matt Gearheart 54.29%
133 Mike



Subject: Brewer's Blackbirds
Date: Mon Feb 10 2020 12:46 pm
From: krhart06 AT gmail.com
 
Sam Guy and I observed 33 Brewer's Blackbirds in trees at a farm house
about eight miles east of Ulysses on Saturday, Feb. 8.

--
Kellye Hart
Ulysses, KS (Grant Co.)

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Subject: Surf Scoter, Melvern Dam
Date: Sat Feb 8 2020 17:25 pm
From: kcarrol2 AT hotmail.com
 
Today, Diane Persons and I found a SURF SCOTER at Melvern Dam.  The pair of LONG-TAILED DUCKS were also still there going on five weeks now.  There was still ice in some coves but mostly the lake appeared to be open water and it had a good mix of waterfowl.
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Good Birding,
Kathy Carroll
Bonner Springs, KS

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Subject: Prairie Falcon
Date: Sat Feb 8 2020 17:05 pm
From: coleenm2002 AT hotmail.com
 
Carla Trecek and I saw a Prairie Falcon in Republic County,  Shady Rd & Rd 260 Intersection hunting the corn stubble field and grass.
Coleen Brown
Manhattan, KS



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Subject: Johnson County MEW continues
Date: Fri Feb 7 2020 13:41 pm
From: malcolmgold AT gmail.com
 
A group of seven had the continuing MEW GULL at the JOHNSON COUNTY County
Water Treatment Plant. We never were able to find the bird perched and
lucked out that it flew over by itself around noon. We were unable to
relocate the bird after that one observation. Lots of gulls to pick through.

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Malcolm Gold (Overland Park, Johnson County, Kansas)

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Subject: Shrike
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 21:23 pm
From: rickt AT wavewls.com
 
I have seen a shrike (presume loggerhead) on a fence near my farm the past two days

Rick Tucker
Parsons
Labette County

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Subject: test
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 21:19 pm
From: sseibel999 AT gmail.com
 
My post re Sandhill Cranes sent some hours ago seem not to have shown up--

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Subject: JAS bird walk is on
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 21:03 pm
From: mollymzahn AT gmail.com
 
Hi folks,
Kelly Barth has kindly agreed to step in and lead the Jayhawk Audubon walk at Baker Wetlands tomorrow in my absence. So the walk is on: go birding, even though I can™t! :) Meet at 8 am at the Discovery Center parking lot.

Molly Zahn
Lawrence

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Subject: Black Vultures in Cherokee County this week Feb. 2020
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 16:12 pm
From: jennrader34 AT gmail.com
 
Good afternoon,

On Tuesday, Feb. 4, Emmett Sullivan informed me that he and his wife saw
around 15 or more vultures about halfway between Riverton and Galena on HWY
66. They were far enough away he wasn't for sure what flavor, but I was
able to confirm the suspected Black Vulture variety. This is the same area
I saw at least 50, also in the winter.

Then, today (Feb. 6), while shoveling snow on the nature center's hill
road, I had three Black Vultures soaring at Schermerhorn Park. I also saw a
Great Blue Heron in a tree, possibly constructing a new nest just across
Shoal Creek in the wildlife area.

My part-timer saw a Black Vulture eating on a carcass in Webb City on her
way into work today, too.

We also are finally seeing White-throated Sparrows this past
week-and-a-half in the area after having not seen them at all this winter
season in the park.

Jenn Rader
Galena, KS

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Subject: Feb 2-- about 1000 Sandhill Cranes near Harper/Sumner County Line near OK border
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 13:19 pm
From: sseibel999 AT gmail.com
 
I was out and about south of Argonia KS on Feb 2.  I was surprised to
hear, and see, a lot of Sandhill Cranes. Between about 6:00 PM and
6:17 PM, after sunset, about 1000 flew over me at Argonia Road about 7
miles north of the OK border. This is 2 miles east of the Harper/
Sumner county line, in Summer county, about 10 miles WNW of Caldwell,
and roughly 32 miles NNE of the Salt Plains NWR in Oklahoma. They
were headed between SSW and SW. Later, about 5 miles to the SSW, I
spotted some heading SSE-- possibly from the same group. By then it
was almost completely dark. This would have been in Harper county.
Earlier, around 1 PM, I had seen about 350 Sandhill Cranes about 2
miles northeast of the first location described above, headed west--
they may have been part of the same group of 1000 I saw later. They
were soaring, but only briefly. Soaring conditions were poor on that
day-- unlike today!

The Salt Plains NWR weekly waterfowl count lists1,622 Sandhill Cranes
on 2-4. I don't know how to see the previous week's survey.

Steve Seibel

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Subject: Wichita Audubon 2nd Saturday bird walk
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 11:17 am
From: ewert.tom AT gmail.com
 
Folks, Please join us this Saturday for our monthly bird walk at the
Chisholm Creek park in Wichita. We meet at 8:00 in the parking lot of the
Great Plains Nature Center. No particular skill level required, but
binoculars will help. We will walk at a slow pace for an hour and a half or
so and approximately 1.8 miles on sidewalk or paved paths.
Good exercise, good friends, good birds.
Tom Ewert
Wichita

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Subject: JAS Bird Walk tomorrow: possibly cancelled
Date: Thu Feb 6 2020 8:54 am
From: mollymzahn AT gmail.com
 
If anybody was planning to join me tomorrow for the inaugural Jayhawk
Audubon First Friday bird walk at Baker Wetlands, please keep your eye on
the listserve or Facebook -- my kid is home sick today and if she's not
ready to go back to school tomorrow I need to stay with her so I will have
to cancel. I'm hoping it's a 24-hour bug and we'll be good to go. But
please watch this space. I'll post here and on Facebook by 7 am tomorrow.

Sorry for the inconvenience!
Molly Zahn
Lawrence

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Subject: Found them - WCSP
Date: Wed Feb 5 2020 20:36 pm
From: 000001064936e2d7-dmarc-request AT listserv.ksu.edu
 
I pulled into my office building at work in the afternoon and saw a flock of about 20 white-crowned sparrows feeding outside my office window. I just have never seen that many together before, and honestly the most I have ever seen this year or ever. 

I checked for other species, and a couple of Juncos were off to the side, but the rest were white-crowneds.

Ammo plant- Labette county

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Subject: Mew Gull Johnson County
Date: Wed Feb 5 2020 13:15 pm
From: abatterbee25 AT gmail.com
 
I refound the mew gull this afternoon at Johnson County wastewater
treatment Plant. If interested in chasing, the gulls show up in more
numbers in the afternoon and leave before 4:00 ish.

Aaron Batterbee
Shawnee KS

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Subject: Baker wetlands survey
Date: Tue Feb 4 2020 7:48 am
From: birdkansa AT gmail.com
 
Baker wetlands, Lawrence, Kansas, Sunday February 2, 2020.  Sunny, 35-60F;
calm to light S winds (0-5mph) through survey; still low sparrow activity
(FOS CHSP); ice covering most small bodies of water (large open spots in
larger pools); Cordy Wesonig, Nick Pumphrey, Dan Larson, and Scott Kimball
began the survey at 7:30 and ended at 12:15; 13mi. total.Scott Kimball

Complete list at link below.
Thanks
Dan Larson
Berryton Kansas

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Subject: spring call of chickadee
Date: Mon Feb 3 2020 13:08 pm
From: 000001bcaf1b722a-dmarc-request AT listserv.ksu.edu
 
This morning, while putting out some birdfood, I distinctly heard, repeated several times, the spring cll of a chickadee.
Isn™t this alarmingly early?

Barbara Schowen

Lawrence KS 66046
douglas County





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Subject: County Listing Due February 7
Date: Sat Feb 1 2020 22:33 pm
From: kgroeneweg AT sbcglobal.net
 
County Listers,

Please send me your lifetime county updates, as well as updates to your
Kansas life and year list totals (2019 and 2020), by Friday, February 7. To
participate you must have seen or heard a minimum of 75 species to be
"listable" in a county. Send your updates to
[email protected] Please send only
updates to your list totals and not your entire list of county totals. Let
me know if you have any questions.

Thanks,
Kevin Groeneweg
Wichita


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Subject: Lake Quivira Mew Gull and instructions for access tomorrow 02/02/2020
Date: Sat Feb 1 2020 20:12 pm
From: kcarrol2 AT hotmail.com
 
Yesterday Mark Land, Malcolm Gold and I decided to go look at some gulls this morning.  First stop was outside the fence at Johnson County WTP, unlike the day before when many gulls were loafing on the ice field, nothing much was around so we moved to Lake Quivira.  At Lake Quivira there were approximately 4,000 gulls on the ice.  Slowly we worked through the gulls and soon found several different birds: several  ICELAND GULLS, a LESSER BLACK-BACKED, and a  GLAUCOUS GULL.   The gulls were being pestered by several eagles so they were constantly rearranging.  Eventually we found an adult CALIFORNIA GULL.  Soon after that, we were looking at a potential hybrid gull when Mark identified an adult MEW GULL.  As quickly as we were on it, it took flight and we were scanning again.  We located the mew several more times but eventually could not find it again.  Ebird list here: https://ebird.org/checklist/S6...

Lake Quivira is a restricted access birding location, meaning you need to know someone to sponsor you getting into the property. Since a Mew Gull is quite a rare bird for Kansas, TOMORROW 02/02/2020, birders wanting to try for the gull can gain access to the lake by going to the main gate at 10 Crescent Blvd., Lake Quivira, KS 66217. Tell the guard your name and you are a “birder looking for the rare gull” and you should be admitted. After the guard gate, drive up a small hill and turn to the left (the road is called Lakeshore Drive East) shortly you will come to a parking lot on your right, turn in and park there. You should see a beach directly in front of the parking lot, this is the best place to scan for gulls. If you are better with GPS coordinates, this is the parking lot. (39.046014, -94.769960). Please be mindful of traffic as the roads are narrow.

Good Birding!

Kathy Carroll

Bonner Springs, Kansas


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Subject: Sounds like February will be fairly normal for early bird migrants
Date: Sat Feb 1 2020 18:38 pm
From: kinman AT hotmail.com
 
Hi All,
A polar vortex displacement is going to make things colder, but certainly not frigid. Sounds like early migrating birds can expect a fairly average February temperature-wise. According to Accuweather:
"We are anticipating that a strong push of Arctic air will take place into the U.S. during the second and third week of February in response to a displacement or weakening of the polar vortex during the first week of February," AccuWeather Lead Long-Range Meteorologist Paul Pastelok said.
"No matter what, we do not see a six- to eight-week outbreak of Arctic air, which is usually what happens with a polar vortex shift, but rather seven- to 14-day cold episodes or shorter," Pastelok said.
-------------Ken Kinman (Hays, Kansas)

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________________________________
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of DON KAZMAIER
Sent: Saturday, February 1, 2020 8:44 AM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Re: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January

Over twenty plus years the normal arrival date for more than one or two Goldfinches was March. Two days ago I counted over 20 ! Call it what you may, but I see indicators that something seems to be different. Donnie K. in Larned


> On February 1, 2020 at 8:52 AM Sebastian Patti wrote:
>
>
> Can spring be far off?????
>
> I, too, have had some not-too-subtle indicators . . . the Common Ravens have paired up and are
> doing display dives over downtown . . . Vaux's Swift numbers are increasing . . . the ubiquitous
> Black Phoebes are getting "frisky" and the Audubon's Warblers are singing sotto voce , , ,
>
> Ready, set, go!!!
>
> [email protected]
> Sebastian T. Patti
> 770 S. Grand Avenue
> Unit 3088
> Los Angeles, CA 90017
> CELL: 773/304-7488
>
> ________________________________
> From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of Scott Seltman
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 9:16 PM
> To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
> Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January
>
> Oh, I know a few Killdeer winter in various locations in Kansas, but I had my first likely spring migrant out in open country in northern Harper County today 28 January.
>
> Otherwise I haven't been seeing much the last few days. Seemed like about 2-5" of snow everywhere on my way home.
>
> Scott Seltman
> Larned Kansas
>
>
> Sent from my Verizon Motorola Smartphone


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Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January
Date: Sat Feb 1 2020 8:44 am
From: dlknktk AT cox.net
 
Over twenty plus years the normal arrival date for more than one or two Goldfinches was March.  Two days ago I counted over 20 !  Call it what you may, but I see indicators that something seems to be different. Donnie K. in Larned


> On February 1, 2020 at 8:52 AM Sebastian Patti wrote:
>
>
> Can spring be far off?????
>
> I, too, have had some not-too-subtle indicators . . . the Common Ravens have paired up and are
> doing display dives over downtown . . . Vaux's Swift numbers are increasing . . . the ubiquitous
> Black Phoebes are getting "frisky" and the Audubon's Warblers are singing sotto voce , , ,
>
> Ready, set, go!!!
>
> [email protected]
> Sebastian T. Patti
> 770 S. Grand Avenue
> Unit 3088
> Los Angeles, CA 90017
> CELL: 773/304-7488
>
> ________________________________
> From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of Scott Seltman
> Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 9:16 PM
> To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
> Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January
>
> Oh, I know a few Killdeer winter in various locations in Kansas, but I had my first likely spring migrant out in open country in northern Harper County today 28 January.
>
> Otherwise I haven't been seeing much the last few days. Seemed like about 2-5" of snow everywhere on my way home.
>
> Scott Seltman
> Larned Kansas
>
>
> Sent from my Verizon Motorola Smartphone
>
>
>
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Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January
Date: Sat Feb 1 2020 7:52 am
From: sebastianpatti AT hotmail.com
 
Can spring be far off?????

I, too, have had some not-too-subtle indicators . . . the Common Ravens have paired up and are
doing display dives over downtown . . . Vaux's Swift numbers are increasing . . . the ubiquitous
Black Phoebes are getting "frisky" and the Audubon's Warblers are singing sotto voce , , ,

Ready, set, go!!!

[email protected]
Sebastian T. Patti
770 S. Grand Avenue
Unit 3088
Los Angeles, CA 90017
CELL: 773/304-7488

________________________________
From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of Scott Seltman
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 9:16 PM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January

Oh, I know a few Killdeer winter in various locations in Kansas, but I had my first likely spring migrant out in open country in northern Harper County today 28 January.

Otherwise I haven't been seeing much the last few days. Seemed like about 2-5" of snow everywhere on my way home.

Scott Seltman
Larned Kansas


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Subject: Marion County Townsend Solitaire
Date: Fri Jan 31 2020 16:44 pm
From: jbnickelk2a AT gmail.com
 
I walked over to our pasture to check on a smoldering pile of cleared
small hedge trees. Beautiful day! It seemed odd to see frogs jumping in the
creek, with small remaining snow patches nearby.
But the best sighting of the day was a Solitaire. This is a very
difficult bird to see in Marion County, and a county lifer for me. A good
bird for my green birding year. Jim Nickel Peabody, KS

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Subject: Snow Canada hybrid ?
Date: Fri Jan 31 2020 13:33 pm
From: jbnickelk2a AT gmail.com
 
I saw a goose at Marion County Lake that was odd. It had a mostly white
head, black cap on top of head, black with white speckles on back of neck,
and a bicolored bill. What do you think, snow/canada or greylag/canada
hybrid?
I also saw three new Eagle nest structures, in Marion County, that were
not there last year. So, Eagle nest building has been going on strongly.
Jim Nickel Peabody, Kansas.

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Subject: Sandhill cranes flying over midtown KC
Date: Fri Jan 31 2020 9:39 am
From: bethpartin AT gmail.com
 
I was walking my usual route around Armour and Central this morning about
8:30 when I saw 4 cranes flying overhead. They were dark gray. I later saw
three more birds I thought might be cranes flying in the same direction,
northwest.

Beth Partin
Kansas City, MO

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Subject: Quivira report 30 January 2020
Date: Thu Jan 30 2020 14:49 pm
From: barjones78 AT gmail.com
 
Refuge-wide waterfowl survey from Quivira this morning, 30 January:
Greater White-fronted Goose - 230
Snow Goose - 34,000
Cackling Goose - 902
Canada Goose - 69
Gadwall - 2
Mallard - 1,430
Northern Pintail - 378
Green-winged Teal - 7
Ring-necked Duck - 3
Lesser Scaup - 5
Bufflehead - 5
Common Goldeneye - 300
Hooded Merganser - 9
Common Merganser - 9
dabbler, sp. - 400
diver, sp. - 50
Total Ducks = 2,598
Total Geese = 35,201

This is a huge increase in Snow Geese from last week. Approximately 5,000 Sandhill Cranes were in the Big Salt Marsh area. The juvenile Whooping Crane was also present, with the Sandhills in the northwest corner of Big Salt Marsh at 8:30 am. He has typically been flying north with the Sandhills daily to feed.

Note: roads in many areas are a mess, and some should be avoided altogether. NE 170th west of the Refuge is particularly bad, as is the main Refuge road between Little Salt Marsh and Migrants Mile. Other areas will probably get worse (with thawing) over the next few days before they get better.

Barry Jones
Quivira NWR

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Subject: Eastern Phoebe
Date: Wed Jan 29 2020 19:52 pm
From: ljohnson AT ksu.edu
 
Yesterday On Germann Road, an offshoot from Tuttle Creek Cove Road near Manhattan (Riley County), I heard what I think was a distinctive call of an Eastern Phoebe.  It was a loud FEEbe call, accented on the FEE, and repeated in a series, typically two or three times.  It was back in the woods on private property and I heard it for at least a minute.  However, I could not see the bird.  Unfortunately, my hearing aids make locating any singing bird difficult, i.e. as I turn my head the sound source seems to move too.  It impressed me as being very early, Birds of Kansas gives a February 28 for Douglas County.  Are there other earlier records for my area? Or is there any other species that I could have confused it with?

Lowell Johnson

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Subject: Killdeer in Harper / 28 January
Date: Tue Jan 28 2020 21:16 pm
From: sselt AT gbta.net
 
Oh, I know a few Killdeer winter in various locations in Kansas, but I had my first likely spring migrant out in open country in northern Harper County today 28 January.

Otherwise I haven't been seeing much the last few days. Seemed like about 2-5" of snow everywhere on my way home.

Scott Seltman
Larned Kansas


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Subject: Wood Ducks
Date: Sun Jan 26 2020 16:38 pm
From: kinman AT hotmail.com
 
Hi Forest,
I'm not sure what time of year would be best, but a couple of miles southwest of Newton along Sand Creek or Mud Creek might be a possibility. The weblink below lists a property where Sand Creek and Mud Creek meet and it says that "the winding creeks hold an impressive amount of wood ducks."
-------------Ken Kinman (Hays, Kansas)
https://www.mystatemls.com/pro...

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From: Birds & Their Habitats in Kansas on behalf of Forrest Miller
Sent: Sunday, January 26, 2020 3:33 PM
To: KSBIRD-L AT LISTSERV.KSU.EDU
Subject: Wood Ducks

Im wanting to add Wood Duck to my list of birds seen. Any suggestions out
there as to where I could go to see one or two in the Newton area? Thanks
for any help you can provide.

Forrest Miller
--
*Forrest "Woody" Miller*
Grounds Specialist
620-327-8189



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Subject: Wood Ducks
Date: Sun Jan 26 2020 15:33 pm
From: forrestm AT hesston.edu
 
I™m wanting to add Wood Duck to my list of birds seen. Any suggestions out
there as to where I could go to see one or two in the Newton area? Thanks
for any help you can provide.

Forrest Miller
--
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Grounds Specialist
620-327-8189



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Subject: SW Kansas Birds
Date: Sun Jan 26 2020 12:52 pm
From: jeffcalhoun11 AT gmail.com
 
Henry Armknecht and I birded in southwest Kansas this weekend. On Friday
evening, Jan 24, we chased a few stakeout Ford County birds, including
TOWNSEND˜S SOLITAIRE, which is appearing in above average numbers this
winter, and a MARSH WREN, which is regular in almost any appropriate
habitat in sw KS most recent winters, and notable FOX and FIELD SPARROWS
(but not the on-off CHIPPING overwintering in my neighborhood). We tallied
at least 40 BLACK-BILLED MAGPIES in two different flocks in south Dodge
City alone, staging before flying to their evening roost.

On Saturday we visited Morton County. Very few birds are around the
countryside in western Kansas, so any trip here this winter is hoping for
quality or to win the lottery. Quality birds for us included three
continuing CANYON TOWHEES at Point of Rocks and a large Prairie Dog town
with two GOLDEN EAGLES and a COMMON RAVEN. A few CHESTNUT-COLLARED
LONGSPURS circling over a windmill pond was neat. We had all 5 species of
Geese at the Hugoton sewer ponds, including GREATER WHITE-FRONTED GOOSE. I
agree with Kellye that although they are increasing, they are still rare in
KS west of K-23.

On Sunday we spent a few hours at Clark Co. State Fishing Lake. Here we had
SWAMP (rare), FIELD (unusual in winter), and 2 FOX SPARROWS and 2 WINTER
WRENS (getting westerly). The biggest surprise of the whole weekend was a
SORA responding to rail tapes. We did also count four VIRGINIA RAILS during
the long duration of failing to document the shy Sora. Two flocks totaling
at least 30 PINE SISKINS are notable by their otherwise unpredictable
occurrence this winter. On the way back to Dodge, 2 BALD EAGLES were in
the vicinity of a nest (Ford Co.).

It was an enjoyable weekend!

Jeff Calhoun
Dodge City, KS

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Subject: Greater White-fronted Geese
Date: Sat Jan 25 2020 17:54 pm
From: grmasmurf AT gmail.com
 
We had some at Lake Shawnee in Topeka and at Carbondale lake in Osage
county.
Debby McKee
Topeka

On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 5:39 PM Mark Keller wrote:

> Had 7 in Cheyenne county last week.
>
> On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 1:46 PM Kellye Hart wrote:
>
> > Around 11:00 this morning, Sam Guy and I saw 26 White-fronted Geese among
> > Canadas and Cacklings in a pasture about a half mile east of Ulysses.
> > Greater White-fronted are a rarity in Western Kansas.
> >
> > --
> > Kellye Hart
> > Ulysses, KS (Grant Co.)
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Topeka, KS

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Subject: Greater White-fronted Geese
Date: Sat Jan 25 2020 17:39 pm
From: markrat61 AT gmail.com
 
Had 7 in Cheyenne county last week.

On Sat, Jan 25, 2020 at 1:46 PM Kellye Hart wrote:

> Around 11:00 this morning, Sam Guy and I saw 26 White-fronted Geese among
> Canadas and Cacklings in a pasture about a half mile east of Ulysses.
> Greater White-fronted are a rarity in Western Kansas.
>
> --
> Kellye Hart
> Ulysses, KS (Grant Co.)
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Subject: Greater White-fronted Geese
Date: Sat Jan 25 2020 13:46 pm
From: krhart06 AT gmail.com
 
Around 11:00 this morning, Sam Guy and I saw 26 White-fronted Geese among
Canadas and Cacklings in a pasture about a half mile east of Ulysses.
Greater White-fronted are a rarity in Western Kansas.

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Kellye Hart
Ulysses, KS (Grant Co.)

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