Date: 5/3/18 2:34 pm
From: Peter O Dunn <pdunn...>
Subject: [wisb] Townsend's solitaire still here - Milwaukee
Hi
The Townsend’s solitaire just showed up again (3454 N. Newhall St, Milwaukee) at 425 PM. It is in the maple tree above the garage now. I was away for a trip, so this is the first time I have seen it seen last thursday.
If you want to try and find it, please park on E. Providence and walk south down the alley between Newhall and Bartlett to our garage (labeled 3454). Our juniper has lots of berries (still) so that may be keeping it around.

Note that some eBird reports show it in the wrong location. It is 3454 N. Newhall St.

Good luck,
Peter


Peter Dunn
Dist. Professor
Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Dept. of Biological Sciences
3209 N. Maryland Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
414-229-2253
http://people.uwm.edu/pdunn/
<pdunn...>



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