Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2012 21:21:51 -0400
Reply-To: Patty McLean <plm7@CDC.GOV>
Sender: Georgia Birders Online <GABO-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From: Patty McLean <plm7@CDC.GOV>
Subject: No Clay but a Cerulean - Cochran Shoals this Evening
I wasn't the only one looking for that Clay-colored Sparrow today - and I
even went twice! I suspect the sparrow I had a glimpse of at noon was
probably a Savannah. The flight pattern was more typical of that species
and there were some there this evening. So congratulations to Jim, once
again, for locating a great bird that NO ONE ELSE GOT TO SEE! :-)
On a more positive note, while I was in the sparrow field, I HEARD a
Cerulean Warbler singing - 'zoo-zoo zoo-zoo-zoo-zee'. I was not able to
find it due to all the standing water between me and it - and I only heard
it sing about 6-7 times before it grew quiet. There's also a Prairie
Warbler in the field, singing fairly constantly.
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