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University of Toronto at Mississauga, Mississauga, Ontario;  September 12, 1998;
Magnetic Declination = 10W (Subtract 10 for True);  
Observer:  David Gibo
Num.    Species    Time Flight Behaviour Weather Field Notes
I     II     III IV Va Vb Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
Est.
 Alt.
  
Type
of Flt.
Horiz.
Path
Vert.
Path
Mag.
Bear.
Mag.
Head.
Wind
Dir.
 Wind 
Vel.
Amb.
Temp.
Thrm.
Act.
Cloud 
Types 
15

A.  junius

3:26 50 m flap straight
forage
level
forage
293 - calm - 26.0C yes 100%
strato-
cumulus
Many more were seen as well as many foraging gulls.
Break

-

3:27 - - - - - - - - - - -

Had to go in to the office and work.

Resume

-

5:36 - - -
-
- - - calm,
336
0 -
1.6 m/s
23.5C no 30%
alto- cumulus

No obvious activity other than foraging gulls.

Quit

-

5:56 - - - -   - calm,
340
0 -
1.0 m/s
23.0C yes 30%
alto-
cumulus
I saw one A. junius, apparently migrating, but  too far to one side to track.  I also saw many gulls flying towards the lake and a pair of nighthawks.  

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