Date: 5/7/19 12:26 pm
From: Colleen Richards <clr82...>
Subject: Re: [cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods, Tues 5/7
Still there in the rain at 1:30 this afternoon.Colleen Richards

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From: Mark Chao <markchao...>
To: Cayugabirds- L <Cayugabirds-L...>
Subject: [cayugabirds-l] Sapsucker Woods, Tues 5/7
Date: Tue, 7 May 2019 10:51:02 -0400

On Tuesday morning in Sapsucker Woods, I joined Tom Hoebbel, Holly Adams, Diane Morton, Laurie Ray, Leigh Stivers, and several others in watching at least one female and six male CAPE MAY WARBLERS in the flowering pear trees at the footbridge at the western split of the Wilson Trail North.¬ The gray sky and the near-constant zooming combat among the males made for challenging viewing, but with patience, we all got extremely good looks.¬ I don‚&euro;&trade;t think I‚&euro;&trade;d ever previously seen so many Cape May Warblers so close together for so long.¬
NORTHERN PARULAS were offering excellent views here too.¬ Other warblers were a bit harder to find, but collectively I think we found at least a dozen other species, including WILSON‚&euro;&trade;S, BAY-BREASTED, BLACKBURNIAN, BLACK-THROATED BLUE, BLACK-THROATED GREEN, BLUE-WINGED, BLACK-AND-WHITE, and NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH.
Mark Chao
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