Date: 4/21/19 4:19 pm
From: Neil Bernstein <tornataornata...>
Subject: [ia-bird] Re: Hickory Hill Park, Johnson Co.
Hi James,
My UI bird class also saw a Blue-winged Warbler foraging entirely on the
ground at a park near Clariton last weekend. I was taken back by the fact
that it was always on the ground.
Neil Bernstein

On Wednesday, April 17, 2019 at 2:10:52 PM UTC-5, jamesgattu wrote:
>
> the Hermit Thrushes seem to have mostly gone, from 50 the other day i
> noticed only a few. noteworthy were five Winter Wrens. Yellow-rumps were
> still fairly common, although fewer than yesterday.
>
> i saw a Brown Creeper fly to a small hackberry tree followed by something
> yellow. when i got my glasses on it, i was surprised to see a Blue-winged
> Warbler. i observed it for about ten minutes. it never left the ground,
> foraging in the dead leaves. i suppose it wouldn't be that early for Lee
> Co., but it seems early for these parts.
>
> james huntington
> iowa city
>

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