Marine Nature Study Area. 24 Aug
I spent the morning in the dry part of the facility, ignoring the marsh 
although a fully grown CLAPPER RAIL  was observed from the parking lot.

 A RUBY-THROATED HUMMINGBIRD is hanging around. It appears in the blue salvia 
along the fence  to the west and in the canna lilies off the parking lot.  
Today it was seen in both spots, but only stayed a few minutes at a time in 
each place before moving on before returning. Chairs have been conveniently 
placed at both places, so one can relax while waiting for the hummer to show.  
The watchers today all had big lenses and most managed satisfactory photos.

There were a few YELLOW WARBLERS and AMERICAN REDSTART plus a lone EASTERN 
WOOD-PEWEE

Sy Schiff

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