Date: 4/16/17 2:46 pm From: Dianne Westbrook <edwestbrook1...> Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Prothonotary at Terrapin Park
On Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 12:16:32 PM UTC-4, James Wilson wrote:
> I walked thru Terrapin Park on Kent Island this morning. I think there may have been more Yellow-rumped Warblers than Red-winged Blackbirds. Two highlights were a Hermit Thrush and a Prothonotary Warbler. The Prothonotary was clearly seen around marker B7. It was not singing.
> Yesterday at Adkins Arboretum I had at least 6 singing Ovenbirds. It was great to hear the woods ringing with their song!
> Jim Wilson
I had Prothonotary Warblers at Govenor Bridge Natural off of Govenor Bridge Rd. off of rt. 301 Crofton/AA County area yesterday at the big lake/fishing area. It was very quiet and very active
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