Date: 5/5/18 2:41 pm
From: Daniel Kerr <daniel.adjuster...>
Subject: Gunn Park, Fort Scott
It was a birdy early morning in Gunn Park. At certain points there was so
much action I didn't know where to train the binocs. I don't know songs
and calls well and there were dozens of birds heard or briefly seen that
were left unidentified.

Here are the confirmed highlights I now recall:

*Warblers:*
Yellow (5+)
Yellow-rumped (5+)
Yellow-throated
Orange-crowned
Chestnut-sided (Lifer)
Black and White
Louisiana Waterthrush
Several that looked like Tennessee Warbler but I can't be sure...

*Others:*
Red-shouldered Hawk
Warbling Vireo (Lifer)
Rose-breasted Grosbeak (at least 5 males and 3 females)
Baltimore Oriole
Gray Catbird
Pileated Woodpecker (2)
Wood duck pair


Bourbon County.

--
Daniel Kerr
(620) 224-8110

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