On Friday morning, a male PINE WARBLER was singing continuously and
exclusively from tall pines on both sides of Sapsucker Woods Road, north of
the gated trailheads. I confirmed this bird by sight after much effort.  I
believe that this is not quite the latest in the season that I've ever
found this species in the sanctuary, but it's close.  This one seemed to be
acting territorial.

I also heard and saw a BLACKPOLL WARBLER on Simsbury Drive at dawn, and saw
five or six WILD TURKEYS in the field along Hanshaw Road between Freese
Road and Bluegrass Lane.

Mark Chao


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