I recently completed a research project that looked at the prevalence of
rock wrens out on the plains. The results showed a significant cluster of
rock wren vagrants near the Republican and Smoky Hill Rivers. (Further east
than Nunn, but interesting nonetheless. I will post the link, but I don't
think that this format will allow me to attach the article. I am happy to
email a PDF of the article via e-mail (natwarn...@gmail.com) to anyone who
would like a copy.
Best Regards, Nat Warning
On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 4:20:20 PM UTC-4, The "Nunn Guy" wrote:
> Hi all
> Quick report ... unexpected Rock Wren this afternoon in yard. Typically,
> I can find them during summer rare in fall. Nice to see him boppin' around
> BTW Crom Lake is still full of water--recent birds include: Horned Grebe
> and Ruddy Duck.
> Gary Lefko, Nunn
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