Overhead here again this morning. Anax Junius (Common Green Darner) and
a migrant came in this afternoon along with a Brown Thrasher and Field
John and Sue Gregoire
Kestrel Haven Migration Observatory
5373 Fitzgerald Rd
Burdett, NY 14818
On 2018-04-23 15:54, Christopher T. Tessaglia-Hymes wrote:
> Watch the skies for Broad-winged Hawks!!
> On Apr 23, 2018, at 11:43 AM, bob mcguire <bmcgu...@clarityconnect.com>
> What a morning!
> I went out first thing every morning last week to my favorite Louisiana
> Waterthrush spot on Leonard Road (Caroline), watching for the bird's first
> arrival. For the past two years I have recorded one, sometimes two, LOWA
> singing an aberrant (and unique) song, and I was interested to see if the
> same bird would return this year. I went out again this morning and - bingo -
> the bird was singing as I drove up the road. I really don't know if it IS the
> same bird as in the past two years, but it was singing the same (or similar)
> song. I will have to download my recordings and look at it more closely.
> While there I was hit by number of newly-arrived (and singing) birds. A
> HERMIT THRUSH called softly (not yet singing). A PILEATED WOODPECKER called
> maniacally in the distance (thanks Dave Nutter for that description - I think
> it fits beautifully), A COOPER'S HAWK flew in, perched for a bit, then flew
> off. And, finally, my first-of-year BLUE HEADED VIREO was singing as I drove
> back down the road.
> After all that, it seemed like everyone I ran into downtown was smiling! It
> must be the change in weather. For me, it's the birds.
> Bob McGuire
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