Date: 8/29/17 10:05 am
From: Steve Thiessen <stevethiessen...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: Madison Migrants etc



At Lake Kegonsa SP, this morning, the triangle area past the play ground
was pretty good. Cape Mays a Canada and 2 Yellow-bellied Flycatcher were the
best. The beach road had a few birds, with the same 3 vireos you had.
Steve Thiessen Stoughton Dane co.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Patrick Ready" <birdsready...>
To: <wisbirdn...>
Sent: Monday, August 28, 2017 11:15 PM
Subject: [wisb] Madison Migrants etc


>I spent some time the past 2 days birding around Madison looking for fall
>migrants. At Walnut Grove Park along Westfield Rd yesterday I found
>WILSON'S WARBLER, MAGNOLIA & AM. REDSTART and also 1 RED-EYED VIREO. By
>time I got to Pheasant Br it was pretty quite there. Today I started near
>Stoughton at Viking Co. Park but it was slow there so I headed up to La
>Follette Co. Park but all I saw there were 2 OSPREY, one trying to reclaim
>the nest taken by Great Horned Owls last spring. I went to Lk Kegonsa State
>Park and it was really birdy! Right near the office there were lots of
>CEDAR WAXWINGS, TENNESSEE WARBLER, COMMON YELLOWTHROAT, E. BLUEBIRDS,
>PHILADELPHIA VIREO, WARBLING VIREO & RED-EYED VIREO, FIELD SPARROW and SONG
>SPARROW plus several COMMON NIGHTHAWKS were high over the prairie. I also
>had a COMMON NIGHTHAWK fly over my house this aft. Nice new yard bird. Late
>this afternoon at Elver Park there were 14 NIGHTHAWKS north of the ball
>fields. On the home run fence there were juvie E
> . BLUEBIRDS, HOUSE FINCHES, BARN SWALLOWS and GOLDFINCHES hawking insects
> after the rain. In the drainage pond there were 3 Sandhills settling in
> for the night.
>
> Pat Ready
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