Hey, Jerald & all.

Sorry for the snarky reminder, but posts to this list are useful and
interesting only if they are accompanied by date and location info.

And I could go off on "banding codes" and people without surnames, but
that's for the admin... :-)


Ted Floyd
Lafayette, eastern Boulder County, Colorado, USA

P.s. The night flights of late here in eastern Boulder County, Colorado,
USA, have been quite light, but I've had two nights in the past week with
Upland Sandpipers (casual at best in Boulder County, except for detections
of flyovers at night). Otherwise, just a very light trickle of Chipping
Sparrows, Lark Sparrows, and Solitary Sandpipers.


Ted Floyd
Editor, *Birding* magazine

Website: http://aba.org/birding
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On Sun, Aug 7, 2016 at 10:08 PM, Jerald <jrebel...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello all,
> Warbler migration has begun in earnest. I have had at least one warbler
> NFC every night this week so far, with three redstarts, NOWA, and a few
> others. This one came through this morning an hour before sunrise. It may
> not be identifiable, but the call is really clear so I thought I'd send it
> out to see if anyone could ID it for me.
> Thanks,
> Jerald
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