Date: 5/22/19 7:43 am
From: Allison Wells <awells...>
Subject: RE: [Maine-birds] Bay-breasted Fallout?
Jeff saw one in our yard this morning. I, however, had already left for the office, bummer for me.

I did, however, see a Canada Warbler (my FOY) and Magnolia.

Our yard also had a rare visit from an Indigo Bunting...which I also missed out on.

Allison

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From: <maine-birds...> [mailto:<maine-birds...>] On Behalf Of Scott Richardson
Sent: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 10:12 AM
To: maine-birds
Subject: [Maine-birds] Bay-breasted Fallout?

An informal rail trail in North Berwick (beside Pratt and Whitney) held about 8 bay-breasted warblers in a half-mile stretch this morning. It was the most abundant of 15 warbler species. A lifetime experience. FOY Olive-sided flycatcher (silent) was another treat.

Scott

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