Date: 7/28/17 8:54 am
From: janine robin <janinerobin1982...>
Subject: [LABIRD-L] Fwd: Re: [LABIRD-L] FOS Worm-eating warbler
Yes, I realized after I posted my comment that the WEWA does nest in this
area, so probably the one I saw is a post breeding dispersal bird.
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From: "James W. Beck" <loxosceles928...>
Date: Jul 28, 2017 10:48 AM
Subject: Re: [LABIRD-L] FOS Worm-eating warbler
To: "janine robin" <janinerobin1982...>

Worm-eating Warbler breeds in some areas north of the lake, so I'm
wondering if this was a post-breeding dispersal, versus a migrant. -j

On Jul 28, 2017 09:16, "janine robin" <janinerobin1982...> wrote:

> While sitting outside this morning I had a really good look at a WEWA. It
> was foraging in a large water oak, a mulberry tree and a Shumard oak. Ran
> inside for my camera, but it had moved on. When will I ever learn to bring
> my camera with me?
> Also had a Black-and-White warbler, Pine and Hooded warblers along with an
> IM male Summer tanager. Lots of the usuals also.
> Best,
> Janine Robin
> Folsom LA
> St Tammany parish (NW corner)
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