Date: 1/10/18 2:14 pm From: Tommy DeBardeleben <debardelebentommy...> Subject: Re: [AZNMbirds] Prairie Warbler at Saguaro Lake
The adult Prairie Warbler continues in the same area. Looks like an adult male. It works a feeding area of about 100 to 150 yards east of where it had been seen originally. It was seen mainly on the north shore of Saguaro Lake working mesquites, on the south side of paved road. It flew to north side of road and worked it's way West back to where it was originally reported. Photos and sound recordings obtained. We have been watching it on and off last 20 minutes. It calls often.
Mark and Ellen Brogie, Caleb Strand and Tommy D.
On Jan 9, 2018 7:50 AM, "Lauren Harter" <lbharter...> wrote:
> I'm forwarding a submission to the Arizona Bird Committee of a PRAIRIE > WARBLER from January 5 at Saguaro Lake - directions given were "Saguaro > Overlook Trail, Saguaro Lake. About 100ft up the Saguaro Overlook trail, > that goes to the NW of where the boat trailer parking is. The trail sort of > follows a dry draw, on the ne side of the draw. Because the trail curves, > the bird was probably only 50 or 60 ft from the paved road. > https://www.google.com/maps/place/33%C2%B034'38.1%22N+111%C2 > %B032'04.5%22Wfirstname.lastname@example.org,-111.5351372,154m/data=!3m2!1e3! > 4b1!4m6!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d33.577247!4d-111.5345901" > > Presumably the bird should be wintering so should still be in the area. If > it is re-found, further documentation would be appreciated by the ABC. > > Just the messenger, > Lauren Harter > > Home Page: https://list.arizona.edu/sympa/info/aznmbirds > To unsubscribe use the Unsubscribe button on that page. > To view archive: click "Archive" on that page. >