Gordon L. Bolander, 1914-1977

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Gordon L. Bolander

Gordon Bolander lived on a wooded knoll outside of Santa Rosa that he called "Timber Hill;" this property would host, among other birds, northern California's first Painted Bunting (24 June 1966). Gordon and his friend Mike Parmeter were very active in birding Bodega Bay and Pt. Reyes. By the late 1970s they had begun to bird outside of California on birding trips, and it was at the start of one of those that Gordon would suffer a heart attack and die with Mike by his side. Gordon Bolander and Mike Parmeter published the standard work on the status and distribution of birds in Sonoma County.

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