Not much sign of fall migration at Lindsay Parsons this morning, with the
notable exception of Eastern Kingbirds. Around 60 were in a loose flock
feeding on fruit (mostly dogwood berries) in the NW section of the
preserve. Very cool to see these birds making the transition from asocial
insectivores (breeding) to social frugivores (fall migration and winter).

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Benjamin Freeman
Ph.D. candidate
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, USA
benjamingfreeman.com

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