Date: 5/31/19 1:25 pm From: Craig Tumer <craig...> Subject: [obol] MAGNOLIA WARBLER in Washington County
At about 12:30 this afternoon, I had a male MAGNOLIA WARBLER along the Johnson Creek Trail in Washington County. Johnson Creek Trail is a THPRD trail north of SW Barnes Road. I saw the bird approximately 100 yards east of the trailhead at the intersection of SW Cedar Hills Blvd and Celeste Lane. I saw the bird only briefly before it flew off into the woods, but I was able to see the diagnostic field marks before I lost sight of it. This was during my lunch break, and I only had limited time to try to relocate it before I had to get back to the office. I may try again at the end of the day. X-archive-position: 50165 X-ecartis-version: Ecartis v1.0.0 Sender: <obol-bounce...> Errors-to: <obol-bounce...> X-original-sender: <craig...> Precedence: normal Reply-To: <craig...> List-Help: <mailto:<ecartis...>?Subject=help> List-Unsubscribe: <mailto:<obol-request...>?Subject=unsubscribe> List-software: Ecartis version 1.0.0 List-Id: obol <obol.freelists.org> X-List-ID: obol <obol.freelists.org> List-Subscribe: <mailto:<obol-request...>?Subject=subscribe> List-Owner: <mailto:> List-post: <mailto:<obol...> List-Archive: <http://www.freelists.org/archives/obol> X-list: obol
The trail borders an apartment complex, so be respectful of the neighbors if you search for this bird.
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