On a lunchtime walk, we came across at least a dozen Rusty Blackbirds singing 
away in trees along the East trail at the eastern edge of the refuge close to 
the southeast corner of the trail. We saw 8 of them, but it sounded like there 
were a whole lot more. There were also singing Phoebes in a couple of places on 
the East trail. And there's still at least one Ring-necked Duck on the main 

(For those directionally challenged like me, the East trail runs from Sapsucker 
Woods Road toward the Lab's green barn, along the pond behind the barn and 
through the woods to a pond with a shelter. The blackbirds were between the two 
ponds off to the right, coming from the road. You could hear them well before 
you could see them.)

Anne Marie Johnson


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