Red-necked Phalarope: Seasonal Occurrence

RED-NECKED PHALAROPE Phalaropus lobatus

TX Status: Rare to very rare in the eastern third of Texas during fall migration.

SEASONAL OCCURRENCE GRAPH OF RED-NECKED PHALAROPE:

The graph below shows the number and date of all Red-necked Phalarope sightings on all Texas Pelagics from 1992 to 2014:

RNPH Graph

 

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RED-NECKED PHALAROPE – TEXAS PELAGICS SIGHTINGS DISTRIBUTION:

Geographic coordinates are unavailable for the Black-capped Petrel sightings from Texas Pelagics. One sighting from Texas Pelagics was from Port O’Connor and the other was from South Padre Island.
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