July 4--Heather Sapergia & Suzanne Bahr were birding in "Forests for the World" near UNBC in Prince George, and saw an unfamiliar bird. They suspect it to be a female SUMMER TANAGER. Here are some of their comments:
"We were about half way from Shane Lake and the parking lot, on the lower trail.. This bird's bill was large and yellow color and it's wings blended more into the body unlike the female Western which has the white barring on the median & greater coverts. Also somewhat larger that the Western."
"The colour was yellow to olive and not much variation between body and wing. We both got a good look at it but no pics and no sound that we could hear."
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