The Scissor-tailed Flycatcher was still present this morning on the
telephone wire by the red barn at 11:15 and vocalizing.  After about ten
minutes, it made a beeline for cover in a nearby deciduous tree when a
Merlin swooped through the field. As of 11:35 it remained in hiding but
will probably return to its perch eventually.


Susan Joseph
Barb Mansell
Dutchess County

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