Date: 5/19/19 9:55 am
From: Peter O Dunn <pdunn...>
Subject: [wisb] Re: hooded warbler reported at Whitnall
Well, actually, if you look at eBird, the reporting rate for Hooded warbler in the Milwaukee area is in the 2-10% range, so it is not "common". The Barger, Robbins and Temple checklist of Wisconsin Birds (WSO 1988), also classifies Hooded warblers as uncommon in the State. The categories are Abundant, common, uncommon, Rare (regular/irregular). There are more sightings this spring, but the historic abundance level is "uncommon".

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Peter Dunn
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Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Milwaukee, WI 53201
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From: <wisbirdn-bounce...> <wisbirdn-bounce...> On Behalf Of Hondochica z
Sent: Sunday, May 19, 2019 11:06 AM
To: wisbirdnet wisbirdnet <wisbirdn...>
Subject: [wisb] hooded warbler reported at Whitnall

I was checking the ebird lists and found a report of a hooded warbler at whitnall park this morning. heres the link:
https://ebird.org/atlaswi/view/checklist/S56485038
does any one know Mark Korducki to contact for more info

kelly goocher
milwaukee


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