Date: Wed, 20 Oct 2004 17:25:27 -0400
Reply-To: Russ Wigh <rdwigh@BELLSOUTH.NET>
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From: Russ Wigh <rdwigh@BELLSOUTH.NET>
Subject: Nashville and Tennesse Warblers at Skidaway
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An overnight rainstorm accompanied the arrival of Tennessee and Nashville
Warblers to highlight a 12 warbler day for this coastal island.
Tennessee Warbler fair numbers (#200 for me on Skidaway)
Nashville Warbler two chipping in a brushy patch of the field, one in
view. (Spent a couple of hours doing my homework on this one to be sure I
was correct) This was in the same area I had Grasshopper Sparrow yesterday.
Yellow-breasted Chat one juvenile bird
Yellow-rumped Warbler FOTS
Yellow Warbler small numbers still here
American Redstart still here in fair numbers
Palm Warbler everywhere
Common Yellowthroat numbers good but declining
Black and white Warbler
Northern Parula - small numbers
Yellow-throated Warbler- small numbers
Other species of note:
Wilsons Snipe in the weedy pools of the sparrow field,
Cattle Egret 2 juveniles
Barn Swallow late bird at the marina.
Bald Eagle harassed by an Osprey at Delegal
Skidaway Island, GA
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