Date: 8/25/17 6:59 pm From: Nancy Obryan <nancy.obryan...> Subject: [Ohio-birds] Geauga Co, Novelty (N.E. Ohio)--tanagers and other migrants
I saw one male scarlet tanager this morning and at least four female and/or immature tanagers. They seemed to be traveling together. Other migrants--
1 female common yellowthroat
4 baltimore orioles (all females and immatures)
2 cedar waxwings
1 empid flycatcher
1 carolina wren
There are still a lot of rose-breasted grosbeaks here. I counted at least 11 today. There were at least 13 catbirds, maybe some were migrants? I spotted the brown thrasher again this morning, so it is still here.
The woodpeckers are all very active--especially the northern flickers. Do some of them migrate?
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