Enderbury Island, January 1967


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Balcomb, Kenneth C., 1940-

Alternate Title

SIC 17 Enderbury (Balcomb) 1967


The field book was created for the Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program Southern Island Cruise 17, January 24-25, 1967. The field book by Kenneth Balcomb relates to bird banding and return data collected on Enderbury Atoll (listing band numbers 893-52601 to 893-53000, 893-52701 to 893-52795). Includes return data about type of bird and molting status; bird, egg, and nest counts; shorebird count; and notes on the north Sooty Tern colony.

Date Range


Start Date

Jan 24, 1967

End Date

Jan 25, 1967

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  • Birds
  • Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program
  • Ornithology


  • United States
  • Enderbury Atoll


  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA RU000245

Collection name

National Museum of Natural History, Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, records, circa 1961-1973, with data from 1923

Physical Description

1 Field book

Physical Location

Smithsonian Institution Archives


Box 57 Folder 6 Envelope 2