(78.) Reminiscences of Daniel Schuckers, Prothonotary
, Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, at 8, available at http://pacehs.org/Reminiscences/REMINISCENCES%20-%20Dan%20Schuckers.pdf [https://perma.cc/B4WE-Z6Z3] (last visited Feb.
Further, had the Court decided to refer the matter to the Prothonotary
, what would have been the impact of the language?
In the Canadian Federal Court, the prothonotary
is not a
Lafreniere (as he then was) concluded this was an obvious vexatious OPCA foisted unilateral agreement strategy, struck out the Federal Court action, and reported Bogue to the Law Society of Upper Canada for implementing "a vexatious litigation strategy." (334)
The species that most preferred silver maple, the dominant tree in UMR forest--American Redstart, Baltimore Oriole, Warbling Vireo, and Prothonotary
Warbler--breed in the area and are more common in floodplain than upland forests during spring migration (Kirsch et al., 2013) and the breeding season (Knutson et al., 1996).
Decision rules for site fidelity in a migratory bird, the prothonotary
warbler.--Ecology 84: 416-430.
For example, a Prothonotary
Warbler (Protonotaria citrea) has been reported entering and exiting through an open window to nest inside a building (Perkins 1926), and House Sparrows (Passer domesticus) in New Zealand cities learned how to open automatic doors to gain access to food inside a cafeteria (Brockie and O'Brien 2004).
NEW FINDINGS in our study for the National Audubon Society and Louisiana Bird Observatory (LABO) reveal the first-ever mapped migration of a Prothonotary
Warbler, a species of conservation concern.
The low floodplain there is unique habitat in D.C., and we crossed a few more species off our list, including warbling vireos, orchard orioles, a northern waterthrush, and sun-bright prothonotary
Described by Roger Tory Peterson in his field guide as "golden birds of wooded swamps," Prothonotary
warblers flit through the deep woods.
Two years later, Gamache's marriage took her to the lies de la Madeleine and she was able to continue her career there, serving as justice of the peace, clerk and prothonotary
He served as Prothonotary
(modern clerk of courts) of Northumberland County from 1780-1783 and died in 1794.