Sorry for the late post...
I walked on trails on both sides of the road at Sapsucker Woods from 12:15
to 1:00 today. There was a group of WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS near the north
feeders, and there were lots of RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS in several locations.
On the east side of the road near the pond behind the 'frog' barn, a
kinglet flock included a BLUE-HEADED VIREO. It was in the shrubbery at the
side of the trail about 2 feet in front of me, and it sat there for a
minute, letting me admire him without binoculars. In this stretch of trail
there was also a HERMIT THRUSH. There was a group of DARK-EYED JUNCOS and
lots of activity in the powerline cut, but by then I was running late and
couldn't explore the area more carefully.
At home in Caroline we have had a dramatic increase in our DARK-EYED JUNCO
numbers the past week or so.
Anne Marie Johnson
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