The TRICOLORED HERON continues in the cut close to the office (surrounded by 
photographers, all very well behaved).
It’s breeding time in the marsh. So, things are quiet. However, SALTMARSH 
SPARROWS are active, although Seaside Sparrows are not around nor are Marsh 
Wrens. Clapper Rails were quiet today, probably on nests., A few WILLETS can be 
picked out in the marsh and mostly silent.
A WILLOW FLYCATCHER was singing from the top of the trees by the golf course.
Sy Schiff

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