Date: 4/22/18 10:02 pm
From: Cameron Rutt <cameronrutt...>
Subject: [LABIRD-L] Cape May Warbler (4/21) - Cameron Parish
I apologize for the tardy email, but Phil Stouffer and I just returned from
a weekend field trip to Cameron Parish with a contingent of undergrads from
LSU. The highlight of the trip - for the two of us anyhow - was a male Cape
May Warbler that we photographed late Saturday evening (4/21) along Davis
Road, en route to East Jetty. This is very close to where the Long-tailed
Duck had first been reported (29.774812, -93.340548). There was also a male
Blackpoll Warbler present in close proximity to the Cape May.

Otherwise, we enjoyed similar fare to that just reported by Paul Conover.
At about 3 PM this afternoon (4/22), Peveto held at least 3 male Cerulean
Warblers (and quite possibly 4), as well as a Brewster's Warbler.

Photos of the Cape May and a few of the other unusual species will be
embedded in the proper eBird checklists... but later on Monday.

Good Birding,

Cameron L. Rutt

PhD Student
Louisiana State University
School of Renewable Natural Resources
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Join us on Facebook!