Date: 9/8/17 10:41 am
From: Terry Bronson <tbronsonbirds...>
Subject: Prickett's Fort--Great Egret, Greater Yellowlegs, small warbler wave
It was a delightful morning at this state park in Marion County. I found 47
species, with these highlights:

Great Egret--1 found by Joey Herron a couple of days ago is still there.
Greater Yellowlegs--1 also continues.
Killdeer--15
Osprey--1 flew by low but didn't stop.
Empidonax flycatcher--1. Silent, and it did not respond to calls of
Acadian, Alder, Least, and Willow Flycatchers.
Warbling Vireo--1 heard singing.
Cedar Waxwing--17 at least at the rail trail bridge, including at least 3
juveniles, 1 of which had an orange tail tip.
Northern Waterthrush--1
Common Yellowthroat--2. The dullest-colored of this species I think I've
ever seen.
Magnolia Warbler--2
Northern Parula--1
Yellow Warbler--1
Black-and-White Warbler--1
American Redstart--3
Blackburnian Warbler--1
Blackpoll Warbler--1
Yellow-throated Warbler--1

Complete checklist is at http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S39065495

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Terry Bronson
Morgantown, WV
 
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