Date: 5/4/19 3:21 am
From: Bob Ringler <ringler.bob...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Bewick's Wren & Others
I was with Mark Hoffman and others on a Baltimore Bird Club excursion to
Western Maryland in 1976 when Mark discovered the Bewick's Wren nest on
Dan's Rock in 1976. Mark also found fledglings there in 1980. Dick Johnson
photographed one bird there in 1988 but there has been no further evidence
of nesting in the state.
For basic information about Maryland's extirpated breeders and
occasional breeders start with the first breeding bird atlas, Appendix C on
pages 444-445. Mississippi Kite and others can be found in the second atlas
on pages 439-441.
For additional information see articles in the local journals - Maryland
Birdlife and the Atlantic Naturalist (formerly The Wood Thrush).

Bob Ringler
Eldersburg MD

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