Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 12:01:50 -0400
Reply-To: Richard Hall <dr.richard.hall@GMAIL.COM>
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From: Richard Hall <dr.richard.hall@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: 20 warbler spp and a Bobwhite, Clarke Co. 4/19
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Simon Mitchell and I had a great morning of birding today, recording
our first 20 warbler morning of the season. At the ACC landfill we
were thrilled to hear a NORTHERN BOBWHITE calling from the rough field
to the right of the access road. We also got our FOTS LESSER
YELLOWLEGS and YELLOW WARBLER there, and continuing WHITE-CROWNED
SPARROWS and SOLITARY SANDPIPERS. The botanical garden was also great
- we had 5 singing SWAINSON'S WARBLERS and got looks at two of them, 3
BLUE-WINGED WARBLERS (good looks at 2), BLACK-THROATED BLUE showing
well at the beaverpond, singing OVENBIRD, NORTHERN and LA WATERTHRUSH,
and perched views of the BROAD-WINGED HAWK at the beaverpond.
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