Date: 4/21/19 6:54 am
From: Bob Ringler <ringler.bob...>
Subject: Re: [MDBirding] LA Waterthrush concerns
Russ,
Louisiana Waterthrushes are singing along the stretch of the Patapsco
that I cover for Carroll County. Numbers are mediocre at best on both the
North and South Branches.

On Sun, Apr 21, 2019 at 8:23 AM 'Russ Ruffing' via Maryland & DC Birding <
<mdbirding...> wrote:

> Is anyone else experiencing low numbers of LAWAs this year? I bird along
> the Patapsco in Howard County quite a bit and personally I have seen only
> one thus far this spring. I have YET to actually hear one sing, when
> usually there are multiple singing birds pretty much any time of the day no
> matter where you are along the Patapsco. I’ve asked one or two other Howard
> birders and they agreed that LAWAs have been very down this year. From my
> perspective they’ve been drastically down - almost absent - and that’s
> concerning.
>
> Russ Ruffing
> Woodstock, MD
>
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