Date: 5/5/18 7:07 am
From: Janet Galle <Janetgalle...>
Subject: [Maine-birds] Topsham, Cathance River Preserve
At Cathance River Preserve Topsham, 1 1/2 hours this morning, quick 25 species.

Blackburnian warbler, single male, was the highlight.
Accompanied by a single parula, black and white, bl-throated green, yellow-rumped, and ovenbirds also singing.

At the entrance to Highland Green, prairie warblers singing.
Pair of towhees (do females sing too? This one was.)
Turkey and deer crossing the road.
Most interesting, belted kingfishers, mating, displaying, rattling, on the utility wires.



Plus all the usuals. As others have said, a beautiful day to be out!


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