Sorry for not catching the annoying auto-correct in my last message -- I
meant Yellow-rumped Warblers, not more interesting yellow-billed birds.
It is still beautiful here, with several singing Scarlet Tanagers, more
Veeries than I've found previously, and my first Eastern Wood-Pewee of the
spring. Just not a lot of sojourning boreal birds that I've found.
On May 17, 2017 7:35 AM, "Mark Chao" <markc...@imt.org> wrote:
Birding has been very slow for me in Sapsucker Woods so far on Wednesday.
Despite my usual rather wide coverage, I've found about one-tenth of the
volume and diversity of yesterday's passage migrants --today, only one
Rusty Blackbird, a couple of Yellow-billed Warblers, a female
Black-throated Blue, a silent male Magnolia, and a subadult male American
Redstart, plus some "dzzt" notes moving overhead. I hope others find what
I've been missing...
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