I’m another who enjoyed happy lakeshore warbler, etc. migrants low to ground at 
Fair Haven westside of bay.    

Thank you so much!  

Judy Thurber 

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> On May 24, 2020, at 5:48 PM, Peter Saracino <petersarac...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'd like to give a shout-out to Dave Nicosia for his recent comments 
> concerning the southerly air flow and the warblers in its tow. 
> I had a wonderful day birding with my friend, Linda, along the southern shore 
> of Lake Ontario (Church Woods/Firehouse Woods/ BraddocknBay Eastern Spit).
> Between these 3 locations we got 21 species of warblers!!!
> Not to mention various thrushes, various, woodpeckers, vireos, a screech owl, 
> and waterfowl.
> I think we had 54 species in all.
> The woods were dripping with warblers - no lie/exaggeration and many were low 
> like Magee Marsh - a real fallout...5 Canadas, 2 mournings, tons of magnolias 
> and bays, wilsons, blackpolls etc.  
> Dave's hit the nail on the head with his timely illustration of the 
> connection between Meteorology and Ornithology. 
> I am grateful for his contribution(s) to the listserve.
> Thanks for the heads-up Dave.
> Pete Sar
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