The day started slow but picked up considerably when Mike Farina and I 
saw an adult and juvenile HUDSONIAN GODWIT feeding. Both birds soon flew off. 
Among the few Shorebird species was a group of 12 KILLDEER. 
        The trail along the BACK fence had a LINCOLN , several SWAMP and SONG 
SPARROWS  as well as SAVANNAH SPARROWS around the main trail plus a SALTMARSH 
SPARROW in the marsh. In the dune area there were single YELLOW-RUMPED  and a 
BLACKPOLL WARBLER. Also, a very brief look at a YELLOW-BREASTED CHAT.
        Other birds of interested were COOPER’S HAWK, GREAT BLUE HERON, BELTED 
KINGFISHER, CAROLINA WREN, NORTHERN FLICKER and BROWN THRASHER.
Sy Schiff

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