Date: 5/9/19 4:10 pm
From: Jack Saba <jlsaba001...>
Subject: Re: [MDBirding] Bonaparte's Gull, Forster's Tern at Lake Artemesia
This morning.

Jack

On 5/9/19 19:00, Derek C. Richardson wrote:
>
> wow, was that before or after the storm?  I was there after and saw
> none of that lol (well, I got Orchard Oriole, Wood Thrush, and the
> Cedar Waxings, plus a couple Swainson's Thrushes singing, which I
> guess is what you heard).
>
> D
>
> On Thu, 9 May 2019, Jack Saba 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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