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North Coast Open Results

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    Posted: 21 May 2017 at 12:04pm

Congratulations to your 2017 North Coast Open champions, with 150 species:  "No Sleep Til Packos" (Brandon Brywczynski, Elissa Brywczynski, Nate Kosczyki, and Greg Links).  They also won the award for the most unnecessary vowels in team members' names. 

Congratulations also to the freestyle division teams the Burrowing Owls (126 species), last year's champions Quick Three Beers and a Cabernet (124 species), and the Urbanites (78 species, all within Toledo city limits).   
All teams found a total of 168 species on a challenging high-wind day.  Interesting birds included Eurasian Collared Dove in Erie County, King Rails both at Magee and in the Oak Openings, Lesser Black-backed Gull, Canvasback, Ring-necked Duck, and Prairie and Mourning Warblers in the Oak Openings.
See you next year!
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  Congratulations to all. It wasn't the best of days but some great birds were found
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