Hello all,

Despite mostly unfavorable winds this past week, I had more calls than any
other week so far this fall, with a total of 265. For the third week in a
row, Veery was the most common identifiable call. I detected my first
Savannah Sparrow, but I still have not heard a Swainson's Thrush this fall.
Below are the numbers per night, as well as the number per species
(estimated minimum individuals in parentheses).

9/10 No Data

9/11 152

9/12 49

9/13 2

9/14 26

9/15 29

9/16 7



American Redstart: 33(12)

Black-throated Blue Warbler 4(2)

Cape May Warbler 3(1)

Northern Parula 6(2)

Northern Waterthrush 7(3)

Ovenbird 1(1)

Savannah Sparrow 6(4)

Warbler Sp. 83

Veery 65(21)

Thrush Sp. 5

Bobolink 5(3)

Green Heron 26(9)

Killdeer 15(1)

Spotted Sandpiper 1(1)

Passerine Sp. 7


Jerald
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