Date: 5/15/18 7:33 pm
From: douglas stotz <dfstotz...> [ILbirds] <ILbirds-noreply...>
Subject: IBET New yard birds in Westchester, Cook Co.
Despite a warbler-rich morning at Bemis Woods today, the bird
highlight of the day was in my yard. A Black-billed Cuckoo landed in a
sycamore in our front yard and subdued a large caterpillar it brought with
it. This was species 160 for my yard and my first cuckoo in Illinois this
year. It follows 159 yesterday, a Mourning Warbler.
Meanwhile the Yellow-throated Warbler continues to sing regularly from
sycamores along Windsor and Martindale Drives. I have heard it every day
except one over the last week.

Doug Stotz
Douglas Stotz
Conservation Ecologist/Ornithologist
Environmental and Conservation Programs
Field Museum of Natural History
1400 S. Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60605

Phone: (312)-665-7438
Fax: (312)-665-7433
e-mail: <dstotz...>

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