Date: 5/9/19 2:24 pm From: Jack Saba <jlsaba001...> Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Bonaparte's Gull, Forster's Tern at Lake Artemesia
On 5/9/19 16:57, Mike Bowen wrote:
> Jack: Thrush sounds like Swainson's. Runs up the scale. (Veery goes
> down . . . )
> Mike B.
> D. H. Michael Bowen
> 8609 Ewing Drive
> Bethesda, Maryland 20817
> Phone/fax: (301) 530-5764
> On Thursday, May 9, 2019, 4:22:49 PM EDT, Jack Saba
> <jlsaba001...> wrote:
> I haven't seen a BOGU at Artemesia for several years, and can't remember
> ever seeing a Forster's Tern there.
> Other highlights:
> both Orioles
> female RT Hummingbird collecting cattail fluff
> Caspian Tern
> Wood Thrush (in woods to east of Indian Creek)
> A singing Catharus thrush -- was not able to see the bird and couldn't
> ID it from the song. Recording attached. Hopefully someone can pin down
> the ID.
> Cedar Waxwings all over the place.
> Full report on ebird.
> Jack Saba
> Berwyn Heights
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