R & E (1992): Does not usually appear until mid-May, and even then only relatively small numbers. Peak is typically the third
week of May, but a few are readily observed until the end of the period.

April 29, 2012 - Earliest spring record
(Female); Eagle Bluffs CA, Boone Co.; Ryan Douglas; 25th Annual MBRC Report, 2012-25.

May 1, 2012 - 2nd earliest spring record
(Female); Photographed ; RMBS, St. Charles Co.; Joshua Uffman; 25th Annual MBRC Report, 2012-26.

May 6, 2004 - 3rd earliest spring record
(1); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; David Easterla; 17th Annual MBRC Report, 2004-43.

May 7, 1972
(1); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; Floyd Lawhon; R & E.

May 15, 1967
(Female); Specimen (NWMSU, DAE1544); near Bigelow, Holt Co.; No observer listed, R & E.

May 19, 1968 - Highest single day count
(82); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; David Easterla, Floyd Lawhon, John Hamilton; R & E, BB 36[1]:26.



June 1, 1969
(1); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; Floyd Lawhon; R & E.

June 27, 1965
(1); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; Floyd Lawhon; R & E, BB 32[4]:14.

R & E (1992): The largest concentrations are noted at the very end of August and early September. Smaller numbers are regularly
observed throughout September.



Aug. 20, 1970 - Earliest fall record
(6); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; Mark Robbins; R & E.

Sept. 4, 1974 - Highest fall single day count
(14); Maryville Sewage Lagoon, Nodaway Co.; Mark Robbins, David Easterla; R & E, BB 42[2]:6.

Nov. 3, 1968 - Latest fall record
(1); Squaw Creek NWR, Holt Co.; John Hamilton; R & E, BB 36[4]:12.



Jan. 1, 1938 - 1st winter record
(1); Iatan Marsh, Platte Co.; Walter Cunningham; R & E, Rising et al. 1978.



Note: Any significant observations since R & E will be added at a later time.


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