Date: 9/14/17 6:45 am
From: Dom <dom...>
Subject: Re: [JERSEYBI] On migration of Wheaters
Sandra,
It's in the meadow behind my garden!!
Probably not the same Wheatear, of course.... ;)
Cheers
Dom

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On 14 September 2017 at 13:08, Sandra Keller <sandrakeller...>
wrote:

> I did some reading over breakfast. Its been west winds, so maybe no matter
> with a northerly or a southerly component, it just keeps heading
> to Africa where it will winter. Assuming this is a bird from Canada. With
> vagrants,
> always a good idea to get all the field marks and vocalizations if
> possible. And
> not assume, but I do.
>
> I am talking in general on that. Say flycatchers for example.
>
> That Wheatear could be anywhere at the moment. Another good reason to
> bird always. Period.
>
> Good birding all!
>
> Sandra Keller
>
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>
>
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