Date: 5/3/18 7:08 pm
From: 'michael wells' via Birders <birders...>
Subject: [birders] Louisiana Waterthrush-Indian Springs Metropark
Since Tuesday the 1st a singing L. Waterthrush in and around woodland marsh's east of hike/bike trail by Mile Marker 3.25.  Year after year, same location and always one of my first Warblers of the year!  Another notable is a singing Prothonotary Warbler near the 6.0 mile marker on hike/bike trail.  Also got a great look at a Kestrel flying over the field near mile marker 3.75.
Wow, what a difference the last couple of days has made for the mass migration in full swing for so many species!!!  Gotta love it!

 Best of Regards,  Michael Wells, LIC
                              6481 Springfield Ln.
                               Clarkston, Mi. 48346
                                 248-625-3089

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