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The Franklin Bird Club’s Greenway  Bird walks are now in full swing.  No special skills required.  Open to one and all.  An amazing opportunity to get up close and personal with both resident and migrating birds.  Hope you’ll join us!

April 1

John and Cathy Sill will lead a bird walk on the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 9:00 am.

This is a great chance to put into practice the hints, tips, and techniques that John and Cathy shared at their 4 Thursday workshops.  Thanks so much to you both!

April 5–26 species/11 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

April 12–36 species/8 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

April 19–23 species/3 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

April 26–35 species/15 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

Thanks to Chris B. for the walk photo of the mother Wood Duck and duckling.

MAY, 2017

May 3–46 species/15 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Big Bear shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

May 10–45 species/12 birders

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Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

May 17–40 species/14 birders

 

Thanks, Tim!

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

May 24–Cancelled due to weather

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.

May 31–45 species/14 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.

Great Crested Flycatcher Greenway 053117 (B1)

Great Crested Flycatcher

Red-shouldered Hawk Greenway 053117 (1)

Red-Shouldered Hawk

Fish Crow Greenway 053117 (7)

Fish Crow

Many thanks to Tim for the fabulous photos.

JUNE, 2017

June 7–42 species/17 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

June 14–42 species/26 birders

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

Thanks Tim for the amazing shots of the Carolina Wren, Blue-gray gnatcatcher, and Belted Kingfisher.

Carolina Wren Greenway 061417 (6)Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Greenway 061417 (14)Belted Kingfisher Greenway 061417 (11)

June 21–28 species/8 hardy birders in the rain

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

June 28

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

JULY, 2017

July 5

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

July 12

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

July 19

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

July 26

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

AUGUST, 2017

August 2

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

August 9

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

August 16

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Big Bear Shelter parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

August 23

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at Salali Lane at 8:00 am.

Parking is off Fox Ridge Road which is just south of Franklin Flea Market on Highlands Rd.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

August 30

Bird walk along the Greenway. Meet at the Macon County Public Library parking area at 8:00 am.  Check below in Comments for walk report.

SPECIAL GREENWAY FINDS BY BARBARA MCRAE

The editor of the Carolina Bird Club photo gallery confirms that this is Rusty Blackbird in breeding plumage. Not supposed to be here! You may remember that I photographed one on March 29 in the same location at Big Bear, wetland area behind children’s playground. Same one? I wonder. These birds breed in the far north.
Barbara
Rusty Blackbird
rusty blackbird may 1
American Coot

american coot looking down

12 thoughts on “FBC 2017 Greenway Walks

  1. I think the term “hardy birder” was redefined today, as eight of us spent an hour and a half in a steady rain trying to find birds along Salali Lane. Thanks for sticking with us, friends! Jim and I were joined by Jean H, Jean B, Tim, Connie, and two good friends from Tallahassee, Sally and Dean Jue. Under umbrellas and raincoats we found that it was still hard to keep the optics dry, and hard to look for movement from birds when every leaf was moving from the rain drops!
    Despite the weather, we were able to find 28 species before we called it quits. The highlight of the morning was watching a young Indigo Bunting struggle with a thumb-sized green moth caterpillar for several minutes, and then finally lose it to a Cardinal that swooped in and quickly ate it in one bite. Nature can be tough!

    The species that we identified today were:
    Green Heron
    Mourning Dove
    Chimney Swift
    E Phoebe
    White-eyed Vireo
    Blue Jay
    Am Crow
    N Rough-winged Swallow
    Tree Swallow
    Barn Swallow
    Cliff Swallow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Carolina Chickadee
    Carolina Wren
    House Wren
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    E Bluebird
    Am Robin
    Gray Catbird
    N Mockingbird
    Eu Starling
    Yellow-breasted Chat
    N Cardinal
    Indigo Bunting
    E Towhee
    Song Sparrow
    House Finch
    Am Goldfinch

    Join us next week, June 28, for our next bird walk. We will meet at the library at 8 am, and hope for clearer skies!

  2. 26 people came to the bird walk at Big Bear, including some birders who were going on their first Greenway walk. Highlights of the trip included looks at a mother Wood Duck and her duckling and excellent views of a Belted Kingfisher in the pond. Two Green Heron flew overhead. There were also looks at a perched Red-tail Hawk and an Orchard Oriole in trees across the river as well some good looks at the Brown Thrasher, the Blue-Gray Gnat Catcher, and what appeared to be a first spring Indigo Bunting.

    Thanks to Amy Bogan for sharing her eBird list and to Renee Rubin for also keeping her own list and harmonizing it with Amy’s.

    Little Tennessee River Greenway
    Jun 14, 2017
    7:33 AM
    Traveling
    2.20 miles
    194 Minutes
    All birds reported? Yes
    Comments: Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.5.0 Build 136

    5 Wood Duck — 2 ducklings
    6 Mallard
    2 Green Heron
    10 Turkey Vulture
    2 Red-shouldered Hawk
    9 Mourning Dove
    1 Chimney Swift
    1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    1 Belted Kingfisher
    1 Red-bellied Woodpecker
    1 Downy Woodpecker
    1 Pileated Woodpecker
    1 Eastern Kingbird
    2 White-eyed Vireo — heard
    3 Blue Jay
    15 American Crow
    1 Fish Crow — heard
    15 Northern Rough-winged Swallow
    10 Tree Swallow
    1 Barn Swallow
    6 Carolina Chickadee
    9 Tufted Titmouse
    3 Carolina Wren
    2 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    3 Eastern Bluebird
    2 American Robin
    2 Gray Catbird
    3 Brown Thrasher
    4 Northern Mockingbird
    4 Cedar Waxwing
    2 Common Yellowthroat
    1 Field Sparrow
    9 Song Sparrow
    5 Eastern Towhee
    6 Northern Cardinal
    5 Indigo Bunting
    12 Red-winged Blackbird
    5 Common Grackle
    3 Brown-headed Cowbird
    1 Orchard Oriole
    7 House Finch
    9 American Goldfinch

    Number of Taxa: 42

  3. Seventeen of us enjoyed a nice bird walk at the library area today under blue skies. Jim and I were joined by Tim, Mike, Ginger, Jean, Ned, Renee, Michael, Rita, Peter, Heather, Sharon, Marsha, Tom, Linda, and Renee. Everyone helped to identify the birds today, with good explanations and field id tips provided by Jim and Michael. We had opportunities to compare the various swallows as several species shared the skies together, and there were several Purple Martins using the nest box near the community garden.

    All together we identified 42 species. This list is-
    Great Blue Heron
    Turkey Vulture
    Red-tailed Hawk
    Mourning Dove
    Yellow-billed Cuckoo
    Chimney Swift
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Red-bellied Woodpecker
    Downy Woodpecker
    Pileated Woodpecker
    E Phoebe
    Red-eyed Vireo
    Blue Jay
    Am Crow
    Purple Martin
    N Rough-winged Swallow
    Tree Swallow
    Barn Swallow
    Cliff Swallow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Carolina Chickadee
    White-breasted Nuthatch
    Carolina Wren
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    E Bluebird
    Am Robin
    N Mockingbird
    Brown Thrasher
    European Starling
    N Parula
    Yellow-breasted Chat
    Scarlet Tanager
    N Cardinal
    Indigo Bunting
    Blue Grosbeak
    E Towhee
    Field Sparrow
    Song Sparrow
    Brown-headed Cowbird
    Orchard Oriole
    House Finch
    Am Goldfinch

    Join us next week at Big Bear, 8:00. We had to cancel the last Big Bear walk due to rain, so it will be interesting to see what has happened there over the last several weeks!

  4. A beautiful day at Salalie today with Jim, Ellen, Michael, Rene, Jenny, Pat, Tim, Jean, Tom, Rita, Sally, Marsha and friend Veatrice, and BJ. The parking lot was quieter than usual but we found some common species then happened to look up in time to see a Green Heron Flying down the river. We started hearing the Great Crested Flycatcher early and ended up hearing them all morning with 4 different ones calling. Our only warbler was the Yellow-breasted Chat and there were 5 of those. We enjoyed watching the various Swallows and learning about the id marks for the Red-shouldered vs Red-tailed Hawks.

    Here is the list of the 45 species we found:

    US-North Carolina-Franklin-Little Tennessee River Greenway – 35.176x-83.37
    May 31, 2017
    7:58 AM
    Traveling
    2.50 miles
    180 minutes
    All birds reported? Yes
    Comments:

    23 Canada Goose
    2 Green Heron
    1 Black Vulture
    4 Turkey Vulture
    1 Cooper’s Hawk
    2 Red-shouldered Hawk
    1 Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon)
    1 Eurasian Collared-Dove
    7 Mourning Dove
    4 Chimney Swift
    1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    4 Red-bellied Woodpecker
    5 Downy Woodpecker
    3 Eastern Phoebe
    3 Great Crested Flycatcher
    1 Eastern Kingbird
    2 White-eyed Vireo
    5 Blue Jay
    6 American Crow
    1 Fish Crow
    7 Northern Rough-winged Swallow
    12 Tree Swallow
    5 Barn Swallow
    10 Cliff Swallow
    6 Carolina Chickadee
    9 Tufted Titmouse
    2 White-breasted Nuthatch
    3 House Wren
    4 Carolina Wren
    5 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    4 Eastern Bluebird
    3 Wood Thrush
    7 American Robin
    5 Gray Catbird
    5 Northern Mockingbird
    1 European Starling
    5 Yellow-breasted Chat
    6 Song Sparrow
    9 Eastern Towhee
    13 Northern Cardinal
    3 Indigo Bunting
    8 Common Grackle
    3 Brown-headed Cowbird
    6 House Finch
    6 American Goldfinch

    Number of Taxa: 45

    Come join us at the Library next Wednesday!

  5. We had a beautiful morning for our library walk today. Jim and I were joined by Karen, Chris, Renee, Michael, Diane, Rita, Tom, Heather, Sharon, Tim, Jim C, and Rich. Early on in the walk, the highlight of the morning was a Yellow-billed Cuckoo that gave us good looks from a tree off the side of the library building. Another highlight was very good views of a male Blue Grosbeak on the ground and in a bush, showing off the red in the wings. However, before too long the real highlight of the day presented itself- a female Bobolink, perched very nicely on top of a small bush not very far in front of us. We all had good looks, and time to look in the field guides on hand to make a positive identification. (Check above for great walk photos from Tim C.)

    Here is the list of the 40 birds that we identified this morning:

    Little Tennessee River Greenway–Macon County Library, Macon, North Carolina, US
    May 17, 2017 8:00 AM – 10:30 AM
    Protocol: Traveling
    1.25 mile(s)
    Comments: Franklin Bird Club Wednesday walk. Beautiful warm morning
    40 species

    Canada Goose 2
    Turkey Vulture 1
    Mourning Dove 2
    Yellow-billed Cuckoo 1
    Chimney Swift 8
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird 1
    Red-bellied Woodpecker 1
    Downy Woodpecker 1
    Pileated Woodpecker 1
    Eastern Phoebe 1
    White-eyed Vireo 2
    Red-eyed Vireo 4
    Blue Jay 2
    American Crow 10
    Northern Rough-winged Swallow 5
    Tree Swallow 5
    Barn Swallow 1
    Cliff Swallow 3
    Tufted Titmouse 5
    White-breasted Nuthatch 2
    Carolina Wren 5
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 3
    Eastern Bluebird 6
    American Robin 1
    Northern Mockingbird 3
    European Starling 1
    Cedar Waxwing 7
    Common Yellowthroat 1
    Northern Parula 1
    Yellow-breasted Chat 5
    Field Sparrow 3
    Song Sparrow 3
    Eastern Towhee 11
    Northern Cardinal 6
    Blue Grosbeak 3
    Indigo Bunting 7
    Bobolink 1
    Brown-headed Cowbird 7
    House Finch 5
    American Goldfinch 9

    Thanks, Tim, for posting and sharing your eBird list.

    Join us next week at Big Bear, 8 am, for another good morning of birding with the FBC!

  6. May 10, 2017 at Salalie
    Jim, Ellen, Karen, Ginger, Mike, Rita, Marsha, Sharon, Heather, Peter, and Tom saw or heard 45 species on this fine day. The highlights were two Red-shouldered Hawks sitting together on a limb , several sightings of Yellow Warblers, a Green Heron, a Great Crested Flycatcher, and all the different Swallows; Rough-winged, Tree, Cliff, and Barn.

    Here’s the list:

    Green Heron
    Canada Goose
    Turkey Vulture
    Black vulture
    Red-shouldered Hawk
    Broad-winged Hawk
    Spotted Sandpiper
    Mourning Dove
    Rock Pigeon
    Chimney Swift
    Ruby-throated Hummingbird
    Red-bellied WP
    N. Flicker
    Eastern Phoebe
    Great Crested Flycatcher
    White-eyed Vireo
    Blue Jay
    A. Crow
    N. Rough-winged Swallow
    Tree Swallow
    Barn Swallow
    Cliff Swallow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Carolina Chickadee
    White-breasted Nuthatch
    Carolina Wren
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    Am Robin
    Gray Catbird
    N. Mockingbird
    Brown Thrasher
    E. Starling
    Cedar Waxwing
    N. Parula
    Yellow Warbler
    Yellow-throated Warbler
    Hooded Warbler
    N. Cardinal
    Indigo Bunting
    E. Towhee
    Song Sparrow
    Brown-headed Cowbird
    Red-winged Blackbird
    Common Grackle
    American Goldfinch

  7. What a glorious day! Welcome to new members Heather and Sharon.
    Sally, Diane, Ned, Peter, Mike and Ginger, Ellen and Jim, Linda, Rita, Heather and Sharon, and Karen showed up at Big Bear to look for birds. We had several highlights: The first Eastern Kingbird for the year, the first Orchard Oriole for the year, Great looks at the White-eyed Vireo singing, 3 Green Herons, Wood Ducks with chicks, The Coot, and Red-shouldered and Broad-winged Hawks soaring and one Red-shouldered Perched close and Yellow and Palm Warblers!!!

    Here’s the list of 46 species:

    Green Heron
    Canada Goose
    Wood Duck
    Mallard
    Turkey Vulture
    Red-shouldered Hawk
    Broad-winged Hawk
    American Coot
    Mourning Dove
    Chimney Swift
    Belted Kingfisher
    Red-bellied Woodpecker
    Downy WP
    Northern Flicker
    Pileated WP
    Eastern Kingbird
    White-eyed Vireo
    Blue Jay
    American Crow
    Tree Swallow
    Tufted Titmouse
    Carolina Chickadee
    Carolina Wren
    House Wren
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
    American Robin
    Gray Catbird
    N. Mockingbird
    Brown Thrasher
    E. Starling
    Cedar Waxwing
    Northern Parula
    Yellow Warbler
    Yellow-rumped Warbler
    Palm Warbler
    Common Yellowthroat
    N. Cardinal
    E. Towhee
    Field Sparrow
    White-throated Sparrow
    Song Sparrow
    Brown-headed Cowbird
    Red-winged Blackbird
    Common Grackle
    Orchard Oriole
    American Goldfinch

    Next week at Salalie- Come join us!

  8. It is great to be back in Franklin, birding with our buddies on the Greenway!

    Jim and I were joined this morning by 13 birding friends- Karen, Chris, Rita, Mike, Ginger, Jean H, George K, Tim, Linda, Diane, Tom, Sally, and Sue. The fog was quite thick for the first half of the walk, and despite a forecast of 80 degrees for the day, it was actually fairly chilly to start with. As Jim said, the fog gave us all a chance to practice our birding-by-ear skills. This paid off, and over the course of the morning our group saw, heard, identified a total of 34 species. Interestingly, we did not encounter a single warbler!

    The birds we did find were- Canada Goose, Turkey Vulture, Wild Turkey, Mourning Dove, Ruby-throated Hummingbird, Red-bellied, Downy, and Pileated Woodpecker, E Phoebe, White-eyed Vireo, Blue Jay, Am Crow, N Rough-winged, Tree, and Barn Swallow, Tufted Titmouse, Carolina Chickadee, Carolina Wren, Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, E Bluebird, Am Robin, Gray Catbird, N Mockingbird, Brown Thrasher, Eur Starling, Cedar Waxwing, N Cardinal, Indigo Bunting, E Towhee, Field Sparrow, Song Sparrow, Brown-headed Cowbird, House Finch, and Am Goldfinch.

    Jim, George, and Jean checked the nesting boxes along the route and found Bluebirds and Chickadees eggs in several of the boxes.

    Join us next week, May 3 at Big Bear at 8:00 for another great bird walk along that section of the Greenway!

  9. Our April 19, 2017 bird walk was rain, rain, and more rain. Tim Carstens and Sally Sager joined me on this very wet morning. We birded the parking lot until the rain got heavier. I then called the walk off, but I wanted to wait for a break to photograph some pink Silver Bells that were blooming. I got those photos and it began to clear so I checked the bird boxes for Jean. A Carolina Chickadee flew into my face from one. I decided to stick around and look for more birds and ended up with a decent list.
    23 Species

    Great Blue Heron 1
    Green Heron 2
    Canada Goose 20 and 6 goslings
    Mourning Dove 3
    Rock Pigeon 8
    Belted Kingfisher 2
    Red-bellied WP 2
    Blue Jay 4
    American Crow 2
    Tree Swallow 2
    Tufted Titmouse 14
    Carolina Chickadee 6
    Carolina Wren 5
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 6
    American Robin 10
    Brown Thrasher 3
    Northern Parula 2
    Yellow-rumped Warbler 3
    N. Cardinal 10
    Eastern Towhee 8
    Field Sparrow 1
    White-throated Sparrow 1
    Song Sparrow 2

  10. Thanks to Karen and Tim for the Greenway walks’ bird lists. For those unable to make it to the walks, these lists will continue to be posted throughout the season.

  11. On April 12th eight birders enjoyed excellent bird activity and very active birds. The birders present were Tim Carstens, Barbara Georgen, Tom Flagg, Ned Kraft, Alan Roberts, Jean Hunnicutt, Don Fisher and Marsha Luckzak Highlights of the trip included very large flocks of cedar waxwings, good views of Blue-winged Teal and Red-winged Blackbirds in the wetlands, and a brief but good in-the-open look at the White-eyed Vireo. We had excellent views of in-breeding plumage Palm Warblers in the wetlands and also had looks at Yellow-rumped Warblers and Common Yellow Throats. We heard but did not see Yellow and Yellow throated warblers.
    Little Tennessee River Greenway, Macon, North Carolina, US

    Apr 12, 2017 8:00 AM – 10:45 AM
    Protocol: Traveling
    2.0 mile(s)
    Comments: Franklin Bird Club trip. Big Bear section of Greenway. Excellent weather and much bird activity.
    36 species

    Canada Goose X
    Mallard X
    Blue-winged Teal X
    Great Blue Heron X
    Turkey Vulture X
    Mourning Dove X
    Belted Kingfisher X
    Red-bellied Woodpecker X
    Eastern Phoebe X
    White-eyed Vireo X
    Blue Jay X
    American Crow X
    Tree Swallow X
    Carolina Chickadee X
    Tufted Titmouse X
    Carolina Wren X
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher X
    Eastern Bluebird X
    American Robin X
    Gray Catbird X
    Brown Thrasher X
    Northern Mockingbird X
    Cedar Waxwing X
    Common Yellowthroat X
    Yellow Warbler X
    Palm Warbler X
    Yellow-rumped Warbler X
    Yellow-throated Warbler X
    Field Sparrow X
    White-throated Sparrow X
    Song Sparrow X
    Eastern Towhee X
    Northern Cardinal X
    Red-winged Blackbird X
    Brown-headed Cowbird X
    American Goldfinch X

  12. Our first bird walk for 2017! Here we go…
    On April 5, 2017 eleven enthusiastic birders met at the Library and walked along this stretch of the greenway to find birds present in this area. Tim, Don, Jean, Alan, Tom, Chris and Susan, Marsha, Ginger and Mike joined me. It was cloudy and quite windy, ominous looking, and storms were predicted sometime this morning. However, the birds were singing and active. In the parking lot we got good views of the Tree Swallows and the Rough-winged Swallows, which allowed great opportunities to examine the field marks and learn more about swallows. Heading down the trail, we were using our ears to cue us into what birds were about. Even though the rain did catch up with us and we had to head to the cars cutting across wet fields we found 26 different species. The list for the day was:

    Canada Goose 2
    Wild Turkey 1
    Red-bellied Woodpecker 3
    Northern Flicker 2
    Pileated Woodpecker 2
    Eastern Phoebe 1
    Blue Jay 5
    American Crow 6
    Northern Rough-winged Swallow 2
    Tree Swallow 4
    Carolina Chickadee 6
    Tufted Titmouse 3
    Carolina Wren 3
    Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 2
    Eastern Bluebird 2
    American Robin 1
    Northern Mockingbird 1
    Chipping Sparrow 1
    Field Sparrow 4
    White-throated Sparrow 2
    Song Sparrow 4
    Eastern Towhee 6
    Northern Cardinal 3
    Brown-headed Cowbird 5
    House Finch 5
    American Goldfinch 1

    Thanks to Tim Carstens for his ebird recording.

    Let’s join Tim next Wednesday at Big Bear for our second bird walk this year!

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