Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 21:57:31 -0400
Reply-To: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>
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From: Carol Lambert or Jeff Sewell <lambertsewell@MINDSPRING.COM>
Subject: Cedar Waxwings nesting in Suches, Union County
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Dan Vickers and I found nesting Cedar Waxwings in the Suches area of Union County on 7/3/06. The pair was located about 60 feet off the ground in a mature white pine just across Grizzle Creek Road from the old house where the Least Flycatcher was recently found.
From the intersection of GA60 and GA180 in southwest Union County, go north on GA60 a little less than 6 miles and look for Grizzle Creek Road and the old house on the right. The nest hangs over the road about 20 feet in from Hwy 60. Just across the road is the Carl Gurley Fire House, Station No. 11.
We did not find the Least Flyctcher, but it was seen about one hour before we arrived by Pierre Howard. In the intervening time, there was a strong thunderstorm. Dan measured the elevation here at 2,114 feet, which is the reason we're reporting it. The male was seen bringing food to the female on the nest so I assume she was incubating eggs.
Tucker, DeKalb Co.
Lilburn, Gwinnett Co.
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