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LPBO Sightings Board

Fall 2017

We encourage all visitors to the Long Point area to stop by our facilities on Old Cut Blvd. and tell us what you have observed in the area during your visit.
You can also email your sightings directly to LPBO at
lpbo@bsc-eoc.org

The complete list of the birds of Long Point is available here.

Banding Totals

Fall 2016 Old Cut Breakwater Tip

Number banded for the period

1233 - 1798
Season Total 3958 1736 3006

Current Weather at Long Point


October 1 - 16, 2017

Warmer than normal weather continued throughout much of the past two weeks. There were a few cool and stormy days, but in general the weather felt more like late summer than autumn. Small numbers of many warbler species hung on over the past two weeks. Northern birds were relatively slow to trickle in until the last few days when good numbers of kinglets and White-throated Sparrows moved through. Lake watching was particularly good with the strong south winds of October 11-12, and 15. Banding continues at Old Cut (open to the public 7:00 am to 1:00 pm daily) and the Tip until Nov 15. Visitors are also welcome to attend Northern Saw-whet Owl banding at Old Cut nightly, one half hour after sunset until late into the night.

Highlights:

Cackling Goose - One was seen from the Bird Studies Canada headquarters October 11 (SAM). Six were seen from the Tip October 12 (EG, RW).

Trumpeter Swan - One was present on Inner Long Point Bay throughout the period (M. Obs). Two flew over Old Cut October 8 (KC).

Tundra Swan - The first migrants of the fall were seen at ?Old' Long Point Provincial Park and Old Cut October 9 (PD, RR).

Redhead - The high count for the fall so far was 25,000+ at Old Cut October 16 (LPBO).

Greater Scaup - The high count for the fall so far was 20,000 on Outer Long Point Bay October 6 (MC).

Long-tailed Duck - The first migrant of the fall was seen from the Tip October 12 (CH, RW).

Ring-necked Pheasant - One was seen at Old Cut October 2 (KC, SV).

Red-throated Loons - The first migrants of the fall were observed at the Tip October 12 (RW), and at Old Cut October 16 (LPBO).

Red-necked Grebe - Two were seen from the Tip October 12 (EG, RW).

Golden Eagle - The first of the season, a young bird, was observed at Old Cut October 16 (SAM, EP).

King Rail - The last report of a King Rail in the area was from Big Creek National Wildlife Area October 1 (RM).

American Golden-Plover - One was on the south shore of Long Point October 10 (EG, SAM), and one flew over Old Cut October 16 (SAM).

Dunlin - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip October 5 (CH).

White-rumped Sandpiper - One was seen flying with Dunlin from the Port Rowan waterfront October 15 (SAM).

Pectoral Sandpiper - One was seen flying with Dunlin from the Port Rowan waterfront October 15 (SAM).

Parasitic Jaeger - One was seen off ?New' Long Point Provincial Park October 13 (SAM). Two more were seen there October 15 (MC).

Black-legged Kittiwake - One young bird was seen off ?New' Long Point Provincial Park October 13 (SAM).

Sabine's Gull - One was seen from the Tip October 12 (EG, RW).

Lesser Black-backed Gull - Daily at the Tip (LPBO). Single birds were also seen at Turkey Point October 8 (SAM), and off the south shore of Long Point October 10 (EG). One was off ?New' Long Point Provincial Park October 15 (MC).

Black Tern - One was observed from the Port Rowan waterfront October 15 (SAM)

Short-eared Owl - One was at the Tip October 8-10 (LPBO).

Northern Saw-whet Owl - Only six have been banded at Long Point so far this fall, including four on October 10 (LPBO).

Red-headed Woodpecker - One young bird was observed in the ?Old' Provincial Park October 8 (AT).

Chimney Swift - Four late migrants were seen at the Tip October 11 (EG, RW).

Eastern Kingbird - A late migrant was at ?New' Long Point Provincial Park October 13 (SAM).

Swallows - a late push of Tree, Bank, Northern Rough-winged and Cliff Swallows was recorded at Old Cut and the Tip October 12-13 (LPBO).

Tufted Titmouse - The resident Old Cut birds were seen daily (LPBO).

Veery - A late bird was reported in ?Old' Long Point Provincial Park October 10 (RS).

Varied Thrush - One was found at the east end of ?Old' Long Point Provincial Park October 8 (GW, KW, RW). The bird was reported by one observer the next day (SAM), but seemed to disappear after that.

Northern Mockingbird - One was seen at the Bird Studies Canada headquarters October 6 (RR).

Yellow-throated Vireo - One was observed at the Tip October 1 (LPBO).

Chestnut-sided Warbler - A late migrant was at Old Cut October 8 (MC).

Nelson's Sparrow - Two were at Turkey Point October 8 (SAM, DL).

American Tree Sparrow - The first migrants of the fall were at the Tip October 13 (CL).

Fox Sparrow - The first migrant of the fall was at South Coast Gardens October 9 (GB, KK).

Scarlet Tanager - A late migrant was banded at Old Cut October 10 (LPBO).

Observers - Gregor Beck (GB), Kevin Chumpitaz (KC), Mark Conboy (MC), Peter Denyer (PD), Eric Giles (EG), Henny Giles (HG), Connor Hawey (CH), Kevin Kavanagh (KK), Courtney Larson (CL), Denis Lepage (DL), Stu Mackenzie (SAM), Reuven Martin (RM), Ron Ridout (RR), Richard Skevington (RS), Adam Timpf (AT), Stefanny Villagomez (SV), Graham Wood (GW), Karen Wood (KW), Ross Wood (RW), Long Point Bird Observatory (LPBO).

Explore the Long Point Birding Trail. Updates of the birds in the area can be viewed through eBird on LPBO's main web-page. You can help contribute to sightings in the Long Point area by submitting your sightings to eBird or by sharing them with us at lpbo@birdscanada.org. For more information on the research, education, and training programs of LPBO select this link and check out the 2016 LPBO Program Report. Your best source for information about the birds and birding sites around Long Point can be found in A Birding Guide to the Long Point Area by Ron Ridout, available at the LPBO Shoppe and BSC headquarters.

September 21-October 1, 2017

Long Point Bird Observatory and Bird Studies Canada hosted the Ontario Field Ornithologists Convention 22 to 24 September. Despite less than ideal migration conditions (heat, humidity, south winds if any at all), a new record for total species seen at an OFO conference was set, with 188 species, including some outside of the Long Point Birding Area (e.g., Buff-breasted Sandpiper). It was not until 28 September that the weather changed, with northwest winds and cooler temperatures replacing the heat and doldrums of the past two weeks. The cooler weather sent most of the early migrant warblers on their way south and brought in a new suite of species including Winter Wrens, kinglets, Hermit Thrushes, American Pipits, Yellow-rumped and Orange-crowned warblers, Rusty Blackbirds, and some waterfowl. Banding continues daily at Old Cut (visitors welcome) and the Tip until mid-November. Northern Saw-whet Owl banding takes place at Old Cut nightly with nets opening a half hour after sunset.

Highlights:

Trumpeter Swan - A wing-tagged bird continued in the Long Point Inner Bay until at least Sep 23 (M. Obs).

Cackling Goose - One was seen at the Crown Marsh Trail Sep 24 (M. Obs).

Canvasback - The first migrant of the fall was seen from the Tip Sep 28 (ZK).

Ring-necked Duck - The first migrants of the fall were seen from the Inner Bay Viewing Platform Sep 23 (CY, MY).

Greater Scaup - The first migrants of the fall were seen from the Tip Sep 24 (MC).

White-winged Scoter - The first migrant of the fall was seen from the Tip Sep 23 (SAM).

Bufflehead - The first migrant of the fall was seen at Silver Lake in Port Dover Sep 23 (M. Obs).

Horned Grebe - The first migrant of the fall was seen from the Coves Sep 22 (M. Obs).

Great Egret - A high count of 28 was made at Old Cut Sep 28 (MC, PD, SMu).

Sharp-shinned Hawk - The largest single flight of the fall so far was over Old Cut Sep 23 with about 400 observed (LPBO).

Northern Goshawk - The first migrant of the fall flew over Old Cut Sep 28 (LPBO).

King Rail - The epic fall of King Rails continued last week. The long-staying Old Cut bird was heard until Sep 24 (M. Obs). One was heard at the far east end of 'New' Long Point Provincial Park Sep 23 (TL). Up to five (perhaps a family group?) were heard calling together at Big Creek National Wildlife Area Sep 23-27 (M. Obs).

Little Gull - Numerous birds were seen from the Coves Sep 22-24 (M. Obs).

Lesser Black-backed Gull - One was seen from the Coves Sep 22 (M. Obs). There were near-daily observations from the Tip (LPBO).

Forster's Tern - A relatively late bird flew past the Coves Sep 22 (JB, KB, MB).

Northern Saw-whet Owl - The first migrant of the fall was banded at Old Cut Sep 28 (MC, PD, SMu).

Peregrine Falcon - A high count of seven was made at the Tip Sep 27 (MI).

'Yellow' Palm Warbler - One was banded at the Tip Sep 26 (LPBO). Most Palm Warblers banded at LPBO are of the browner 'Western' subspecies.

Grasshopper Sparrow - A late bird was banded at the Tip Sep 25 (LPBO).

Nelson's Sparrow - One was seen briefly at Old Cut Sep 28 (MC). Another was found in 'New' Long Point Provincial Park that same day (BF).

White-crowned Sparrow - The first migrant of the fall was banded at the Tip Sep 22 (LPBO).

Yellow-breasted Chat - One was present Sep 22-24 at the east end of 'New' Long Point Provincial Park (JA, M.Obs).

Dickcissel - One flew over the Tip Sep 25 (MI).

Rusty Blackbird - The first migrants of the season were at Old Cut Sep 21 (MC).

Observers: Jody Allair (JA), Jim Burrell (JB), Ken Burrell (KB), Mike Burrell (MB), Mark Conboy (MC), Peter Denyer (PD), Brett Fried (BF), Matt Iles (MI), Zach Kahn (ZK), Tim Lucas (TL), Stu Mackenzie (SAM), Samreen Munim (SMu), Cecile Yarrow (CY), Morris Yarrow (MY), and Long Point Bird Observatory staff (LPBO).

September 13 - 20

A strong high pressure system that has be lingering over the lower Great Lakes for most of September has significantly dampened on-the-ground migration activity on the Point. However, radar and an abundance of nocturnal flight calls suggest that birds have still been moving unhindered. Swainson's and Gray-cheeked thrushes, as well as a good assortment of warblers were among the most common migrants. Blackpoll Warblers began moving through in good numbers. Raptor numbers have been low. Banding continues daily (6:40 am to 12:40 pm) at Old Cut and the Tip until Nov 15. Breakwater is now closed for the season. Northern Saw-whet Owl banding is open to the public beginning the evening of Sep 25 (weather permitting).

Highlights:

Trumpeter Swan - A wing-tagged bird was on Inner Long Point Bay (m.obs.).

King Rail - A long-staying bird was heard from the Old Cut viewing platform periodically during the past week (M. Obs). A second bird was heard in 'New' Long Point Provincial Park Sep 17 (RR). Two were found during Phragmites control work along the causeway Sep 18 (EG). One was heard at the Tip Sep 17 (MI).

American Golden-Plover - Nine flew over Old Cut Sep 13 (MC, SAM), and single birds flew over Sep 14 (SAM, SP) and Sep 17 (SAM). One was on the beach at Breakwater Sep 17 (PD).

Stilt Sandpiper - Two were at Silver Lake in Port Dover Sep 17 (AB).

Lesser Black-backed Gull - One was seen on Outer Long Point Bay Sep 17 (SAM). Daily occurrences at the Tip.

Olive-sided Flycatcher - A relatively late bird was near St. Williams Sep 16 (EG).

American Pipit - The first migrants of the season were at Breakwater Sep 18 (CH).

Connecticut Warbler - One was at Old Cut Sep 14 (LPBO) and Sep 19 (SMu).

Orange-crowned Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Sep 15 (GL).

Hooded Warbler - A few remained in the Long Point area over the past week, including one banded at Old Cut Sep 18 (LPBO).

Dickcissel - A hatch-year male was banded at the Tip Sep 16 (LPBO). Another flew over the Tip Sep 17 (MI).

White-throated Sparrow - The first migrant of the fall was banded at Old Cut Sep 19 (LPBO).

Baltimore Oriole - A relatively late oriole was at Old Cut Sep 16 (FU).

Observers: Amanda Bichel (AB), Mark Conboy (MC), Peter Denyer (PD), Eric Giles (EG), Connor Hawey (CH), Matt Iles (MI), Greg Laverty (GL), Stu Mackenzie (SAM), Samreen Murin (SMu), Steven Price (SP), Ron Ridout (RR), Fred Urie (FU), and Long Point Bird Observatory Staff (LPBO).

August 23 - September 12

Fall migration was in full swing over the past couple of weeks. There were a few big days of warbler and thrush passage at Long Point, including Sep 8, when over 500 birds were banded at Old Cut, Breakwater and the Tip combined. Waterfowl began to trickle into Long Point Bay, and shorebirds and raptors passed through in small numbers. Most of the flycatchers, swallows, orioles, and Yellow Warblers have departed. Other warblers were abundant in general, with notable numbers of the budworm specialists, Cape May, Tennessee, and Bay-breasted warblers on some days. Banding continues daily (6:30 am to 12:30 pm) at Old Cut and the Tip until November 15, and at Breakwater until late September. Northern Saw-whet Owl banding is open to the public beginning the evening of September 25 (weather permitting).

Highlights:

Northern Shoveler - The first migrants of the fall were at Old Cut Aug 23 (PD, TB).

Northern Pintail - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Sep 9 (MC).

Redhead - The first migrants of the fall were at The Coves (RR) and Big Creek National Wildlife Area (AD, RP) Sep 10.

Lesser Scaup - The first migrant of the fall was at the Port Rowan Wetland Sep 9 (RR).

Surf Scoter - The first migrant of the fall was seen off Hastings Drive Sep 9 (RR, AT).

Common Merganser - What may have been a summering bird flew over Old Cut Sep 5 (SM ).

Ruddy Duck - The first migrants of the fall were at Breakwater Sep 7 (PD).

Great Egret - There was a high count of 21 on the evening of Sep 2 at the Old Cut roost (MC).

Black-crowned Night-Heron - One flew over Old Cut Aug 28 (MC). Another was there Sep 1 and Sep 6 (MC). One was at the Tip Sep 9 (MI).

King Rail - The last report of the long-staying Old Cut bird was Aug 25 (MC) until another was heard there Sep 12 (MC). In what continues to be a great fall for detecting King Rails at Long Point, another was reported at Big Creek National Wildlife Area Sep 11 (SAM).

Black-bellied Plover - The first migrants of the fall were at Big Creek National Wildlife Area Sep 10 (SAM).

American Golden-Plover - At least one flew over Old Cut Sep 10 (TL).

Whimbrel - One was on the beach in 'New' Long Point Provincial Park Aug 23 (MC, TB).

Red-necked Phalarope - One was photographed near the Big Creek bridge on the causeway Sep 1 (KB).

Lesser Black-backed Gull - Daily at the Tip (MI).

Parasitic Jaeger - The first jaeger of the fall flew past Breakwater Sep 4 (PD).

Common Nighthawk - Over 100 were counted over Big Creek National Wildlife Area Sep 10 (SAM).

Eastern Whip-Poor-Will - Two were banded at Old Cut Sep 1 (LPBO).

Peregrine Falcon - One was at Breakwater Aug 25 (PD).

Philadelphia Vireo - The first migrant of the fall was at The Coves Aug 24 (RR).

Common Raven - Numerous sightings including near Port Dover Aug 26 (AF, KE), St. Williams Aug 28 (JM), and Old Cut Sep 2 (MC).

Golden-crowned Kinglet - Possibly a local bird was seen on Troyer Road Sep 1 (PG, TG ).

Ruby-crowned Kinglet - The first migrant of the fall was at 'Old' Long Point Provincial Park Sep 9 (AT).

Gray-cheeked Thrush - The first migrants of the fall were at Old Cut Sep 5 (MC).

Northern Mockingbird - One was at the Tip Aug 25 (LPBO). Two were on the Crown Marsh Trail Sep 2 (AS).

Golden-winged Warbler - One was banded at Old Cut Aug 24 (LPBO). One was at 'Old' Long Point Provincial Park Sep 9 (AT).

Connecticut Warbler - The first migrants of the fall were at Old Cut, Breakwater and the Tip Sep 5 (LPBO).

Northern Parula - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Sep 1 (MC).

Bay-breasted Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Aug 24 (MC).

Blackpoll Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Aug 27 (BB).

Palm Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip Sep 5 (MI).

Prairie Warbler - One was observed at Old Cut Sep 5 (MC).

Yellow-breasted Chat - One was banded at Breakwater Sep 5 (JS, PD).

Lincoln's Sparrow - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Sep 6 (SAM).

Dickcissel - Single birds flew over Old Cut Aug 31 and Sep 11 (MC), and 'New' Long Point Provincial Park Sep 6 (TL).

Purple Finch - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut Sep 3 (MC).

Observers: Kayla Bezkorow (KB), Brendan Boyd (BB), Taylor Brown (TB), Mark Conboy (MC), Peter Denyer (PD), Andrew Don (AD), Kyle Eros (KE), Angela Freeman (AF), Paula Gent (PG), Ted Gent (TG), Tim Lucas (TL), Matt Iles (MI), Stu Mackenzie (SAM), Jon McCracken (JM), Samreen Murin (SM), Richard Poort (RP), Ron Ridout (RR), Alexandre Da Silva (AS), Jillian Slater (JS), Adam Timpf (AT), Long Point Bird Observatory Staff (LPBO).

Explore the Long Point Birding Trail. Updates of the birds in the area can be viewed through eBird on LPBO's main web-page. You can help contribute to sightings in the Long Point area by submitting your sightings to eBird or by sharing them with us at lpbo@birdscanada.org. For more information on the research, education, and training programs of LPBO select this link and check out the 2016 LPBO Program Report. Your best source for information about the birds and birding sites around Long Point can be found in A Birding Guide to the Long Point Area by Ron Ridout, available at the LPBO Shoppe and BSC headquarters.

Mid-June - August 22

July was cool at times, and rather dry. August was also rather mild, but more humid with some rain. Strong south and southwest winds at times brought with them the promise of rarities, and a few did materialize during the course of July and August but, all in all, summertime was fairly quiet at Long Point. The fall migration monitoring season began at Old Cut and the Tip on August 15. Breakwater will open in the coming days.

Redhead - An uncommon summer Redhead was found at the Bird Studies Canada headquarters July 18 (AC).

Red-breasted Merganser - As usual, a number of stragglers and local breeders hung on around the Tip and off the south shore of Long Point throughout the summer (M. Obs).

Great Egret - Great Egrets began roosting nightly near the Long Point Company cottages in early August, with a high count of 18 there August 20 (PD).

Northern Goshawk - A displaying pair was observed in the St. Williams Forest Reserve June 24 (PD, RR).

King Rail - One was heard calling on the shoreline below Port Rowan August 3 (SAM). One was also heard at the Tip August 20-21 (MI) and Old Cut August 21 (MC).

Semipalmated Plover - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip July 27 (SAM).

Ruddy Turnstone - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip August 18 (KJ).

Stilt Sandpiper - The first migrant of the fall was at Silver Lake in Port Dover August 7 (RM, TH).

Sanderling - The first eight migrants of the fall were at the Tip July 23 (SAM).

Baird's Sandpiper - The first migrant of the fall were at the Tip July 23 (SAM).

Least Sandpiper - The first migrant of the fall was at Silver Lake in Port Dover July 21 (HG).

Pectoral Sandpiper - The first migrant of the fall was at Silver Lake in Port Dover August 7 (RM, TH).

Semipalmated Sandpiper - The first nine migrants of the fall were at the Tip July 23 (SAM).

Short-billed Dowitcher - The first three migrants of the fall were at Silver Lake in Port Dover July 23 (HG).

Red-necked Phalarope - One was seen just west of the Tip July 25 (SAM).

Solitary Sandpiper - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip August 7 (SAM).

Greater Yellowlegs - The first migrant of the fall was at Silver Lake in Port Dover July 21 (HG).

Lesser Yellowlegs - The first migrant of the fall was at Silver Lake in Port Dover July 21 (HG).

Laughing Gull - An adult was found at Port Dover June 15 & 18 (MJ et al.).

Lesser Black-backed Gull - At least three different birds were seen periodically at Port Dover harbour and the Tip throughout June and August (RR et al.).

Common Nighthawk - The first migrants of the fall began to appear August 16 at Old Cut (LPBO) and West Quarter Line Road (AT, TM).

Peregrine Falcon - One was at the Tip July 30-August 9 (LPBO). Another was at Silver Lake in Port Dover August 7 (RM, TH).

Olive-sided Flycatcher - The first migrant of the fall was at the Coves August 13 (TL).

Yellow-bellied Flycatcher - The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut August 7 (LPBO).

Gray Kingbird - One was found at the Tip July 21 (SAM). If accepted by the Ontario Rare Birds Committee, this will be the 400th species on the Long Point Checklist.

White-eyed Vireo - One was heard along Concession Road One July 5-6 (CF).

Purple Martin - A high count of 3,200 birds passing over the Tip was made August 19 (MC, PD).

Bank Swallow - A high count of 28,000 roosting birds at Old Cut was made August 15 (MC, PD).

Tufted Titmouse - The resident Old Cut titmice successfully fledged three chicks, bring the population at the banding station to five banded birds.

Bewick's Wren - One was heard and seen at the Tip August 9 - 10 (MC et al.).

Swainson's Thrush - The first molt migrant of the fall was at Old Cut August 13 (MC).

Northern Mockingbird - One was along West Quarter Line Road July 6 (AT). One was at Old Cut July 29 (MC). The resident Tip birds were seen August 7-8 (LPBO).

Kentucky Warbler - A hatch-year male was banded at Old Cut August 15 (LPBO). It remained at Old Cut until August 21 (MC). This was the 6th Kentucky Warbler banded at LPBO in the fall.

Cape May Warbler - The first migrants of the fall were at the Coves (TL) and Old Cut (MC) August 13.

Magnolia Warbler - One male established a territory in south Backus Woods for the spring and summer (MC, SJ). The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut August 13 (LPBO).

Prairie Warbler - One was at the Tip August 19 and 20 (MI).

Blackpoll Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was at the Tip August 21 (MI).

Bay-breasted Warbler - The first migrant of the fall was along Troyer Road August 19 (PG, TG).

Yellow-rumped Warbler - A pair was on territory in the Turkey Point Forest Reserve for the entire spring and summer (MC).

Canada Warbler - One pair was on territory at Sleepy Hollow Nature Reserve in June and July (GB et al.). The first migrant of the fall was at Old Cut August 13 (LPBO).

Dickcissel - The nesting pair (representing the first confirmed breeding record for the Long Point area) along County Road 23 was last reported July 14 (RR et al.). Single birds flew over the Tip August 7 (SAM) and August 19 (MI), and Old Cut August 11 (MC) and August 16 (BO, MC).

Yellow-headed Blackbird - A male was at the Tip August 21 (MI).

Observers: Jody Allair (JA), Gregor Beck (GB), Amanda Bichel (AB), Mark Conboy (MC), Andrew Couturier (AC), Pete Davidson (PD), Peter Denyer (PD), Christian Friis (CF), Paula Gent (PG), Ted Gent (TG), Henny Giles (HG), Todd Hagedorn (TH), Matt Iles (MI), Mourad Jabra (MJ), Kiah Jasper (KJ), Sean Jenniskens (SJ), Tim Lucas (TL), Stu Mackenzie (SAM), Taylor Marshall (TM), Reuven Martin (RM), Ben Oldfield (BO), Ron Ridout (RR), Josh Pickering (JP), Adam Timpf (AT), Long Point Bird Observatory Staff (LPBO).

Explore the Long Point Birding Trail. Updates of the birds in the area can be viewed through eBird on LPBO's main web-page. You can help contribute to sightings in the Long Point area by submitting your sightings to eBird or by sharing them with us at lpbo@birdscanada.org. For more information on the research, education, and training programs of LPBO select this link and check out the 2016 LPBO Program Report. Your best source for information about the birds and birding sites around Long Point can be found in A Birding Guide to the Long Point Area by Ron Ridout, available at the LPBO Shoppe and BSC headquarters.

 

 

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