Date: 4/25/18 11:19 am
From: Lisa Brohl <lakbrohl...>
Subject: [Ohio-birds] Apology and Birds on the Bass Islands
Sorry everyone! That was not to be a public message! Do want to see that
warbler!

But we are enjoying eastern phoebe, brown thrasher, and chipping sparrows
as well migrating turkey vultures and coopers hawks from the vineyard on
South Bass today. Putple martins, tree, barn, and a rough winged swallow by
the water.

Blue-wing teal, ring-neck, and wood ducks and kingfisher, buffkehead,
scaup, horned grebes at the Kuehnle State Wildlife Area on Middle Bass
yesterday.

Lisa Brohl

On Wednesday, April 25, 2018, Lisa Brohl <lakbrohl...> wrote:

> May have to go see this on Saturdsy on way to christening if still there.
>
> did you guys see it?
>
> Lisa
>
> On Wed, Apr 25, 2018 at 8:24 AM, Eli Miller <elimm...> wrote:
>
>> Eli Hershberger reports the Black-throated Gray Warbler was still present
>> this morning at the half mile point of the farm lane. The address is 3864
>> TR 366 Millersburg, there is a sign at the end of the farm lane that says
>> "Black-throated Gray Warbler". The lane is open to drive back but could be
>> a little muddy with the rain we had yesterday. The bird was seen on the
>> south side of the pond that is closest to the lane but has also been
>> hanging around between that pond and the pond at the edge of the small
>> woodlot.
>>
>> Good Luck,
>> Eli Miller
>>
>>
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