Date: 5/16/18 11:36 am From: Don Simonson <don.r.simonson...> Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Mourning Warbler, 16 others 5/14 Violette's Lock, C and O Canal, Mont Co.
CORRECTION: NO Mourning Warbler upstream - I was mistaken! On consultation with Univ of NH researcher, This was a Northern Waterthrush.
Ebird record updated. Downstream was indeed a true Mourning Warbler found by Dave Czaplak.
Don Simonson, Darnestown MD
On Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 12:03:26 AM UTC-4, Don Simonson wrote:
> Fog and low clouds kept the birds low and singing, 17 species of warblers this morning from 8 to noon. Highlights included four (!) Canada Warblers, my favorite; a MOURNING WARBLER first heard and then recorded one-quarter mile up from lock, adjoining golf course; Bay-breasted, Magnolia, Black-throated Green, Chestnut-sided, Yellow, Redstart; lots of orioles and a singing Swainson's Thrush. Four Common Loons, apparently a family group of two adults and two immatures, was cool on the VA side of the river. Good birding!
> Don Simonson, Darnestown MD
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