not sure if this will go out to list  could you forward? Thanks

not bird related directly (though might relate to food for birds)
have bird watchers noted large numbers of painted lady butterflies moving
around randomly Sat Sept 23? I saw hundreds in an overgrown area with
milkweed today  in eastern Wayne Co. Curious as to how widespread this was-
Thanks for any observations

thank

On Sat, Sep 23, 2017 at 11:30 AM, Jay McGowan <jw...@cornell.edu> wrote:

> The highlight so far at Montezuma this morning was a WILSON'S PHALAROPE at
> the visitor center pool, which is very good shorebird habitat at the
> moment. I heard a second hand report of a possible Buff-breasted there as
> well, but we did not see one.
>
> Jay
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