Multiple people have asked me where the Swallow Cliff Summer Tanager was today. When I arrived at about 7 AM, I could hear it singing and calling just west of the west end of the parking lot. Afterwards, I heard it singing in the woods east of the trail to the ex-toboggan run and saw it briefly about halfway to the top of the stairs. I heard it later just west of that trail. 2 of the Acadian Flycatchers were along the trail to the toboggan run, one was in the main ravine west of that trail. The Veeries were along the main east-west trail, just past the junction with the trail to Horsetail Lake.
-- Douglas Stotz Conservation Ecologist/Ornithologist Environmental and Conservation Programs Field Museum of Natural History 1400 S. Lake Shore Dr. Chicago, IL 60605