Date: 3/30/17 11:23 am
From: Corey, Ed <ed.corey...>
Subject: RE: Louisiana Waterthrush at Singletary Lake
There is at least one other observation of Louisiana Waterthrush from Singletary Lake State Park, from Gil Grant, on June 19, 2004. I wouldn't be surprised to find them breeding in the area around the spillway. This has also been a good site for Wayne's Black-throated Green Warblers (Setophaga virens waynei) in the past.



Ed Corey
Inventory Biologist
NC Division of Parks and Recreation
12700 Bayleaf Church Road
Raleigh, NC 27614
(919) 841 4037
(919) 208 7864 (cell)

From: <carolinabirds-request...> [mailto:<carolinabirds-request...>] On Behalf Of David Weesner
Sent: Wednesday, March 29, 2017 5:55 PM
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Subject: Louisiana Waterthrush at Singletary Lake

At Singletary Lake where there is a spillway with fast moving water (fast for the coastal plain) he was singing a lot.
Are they breeding in that area? Maybe.
This is in Bladen Co.
Dave Weesner
Wilmington, NC
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