Date: 5/6/18 9:47 pm
From: Team Kramer <isaacnkramer...>
Subject: [wisb] High Cliff Warblers and Shiocton Wolf River stone arch bridge area warblers
Just after the rain stopped around 6:30 this morning high cliff had a good number of warblers moving.
- butter butts (of course)
- Nashville
- black and white
- chestnut sided
- Black throated green
- palm
- blue grey gnatcatchers
- and one blackburnian

Also of interest was a Horned Grebe
Most of the action seemed to be on the Lime Kiln trail

Went canoeing with the sis this afternoon around 4:30 in Shiocton.
Warblers include:
- Prothonotary LIFER!
- yellow rumps
- blackthroated green

Also of interest a wood duck? nest with 6 eggs (low in the crotch of a tree just a few feet off the water and not in a cavity.) and a pair of Cooper’s hawks building a nest.

Isaac Kramer,
Outagamie County, Appleton
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