Date: 4/21/19 8:33 pm From: Don Simonson <don.r.simonson...> Subject: [MDBirding] Re: LA Waterthrush concerns
On Sunday, April 21, 2019 at 8:23:25 AM UTC-4, Russ Ruffing 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
> Sent from my iPhone
My NORTHERN Waterthrush (six records at 3 different sites in county) observations have outnumbered Lousiana (one each at 2 sites) in Montgomery so far, which is unusual form me.
Don Simonson Darnestown MD
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