Date: 5/29/18 12:23 pm
From: Steve Walter <swalter15...>
Subject: [nysbirds-l] Forest Park Prothonotary Warbler
A Prothonotary Warbler made a couple of visits to the Forest Park (Queens)
waterhole around mid-day. Less surprising for the date was a Gray-cheeked
Thrush, which soon took off from the area of the waterhole, delivering its
flight call just as it was whizzing past my ear. The Yellow-throated Vireo
continues. The brief duration of its singing suggests that the waterhole
area may be away from the its territory - if it is maintaining one. But this
rare Queens breeder is staying in the park - for now.



Steve Walter

Bayside, NY


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