Date: 6/8/19 4:09 pm
From: Mary Peterson <m_mpeterson...>
Subject: Recent Trip to Wisconsin.
Hello All,
Earlier this week, I went up to Wisconsin to help refresh my memories of the many warblers that I used to see up there during migration and during the summer months. I was not disappointed as I visited Wyalusing State Park, Horicon Marsh, Navarino Wildlife Area, Stockbridge-Munsee and Menominee Indian Reservations, Nicolet National Forest and Thunder Marsh. We in Oklahoma are severely shortchanged in seeing and hearing the northern warblers during migration. This has been a yearly trip since I moved to Oklahoma. Except for the gull, all were on breeding territories. Highlights included:

Great Black-backed Gull-1
Yellow-bellied Flycatcher-1
Alder Flycatcher-20+
Willow Flycatcher-1
Blue-headed Vireo-3
Black-capped Chickadee-10+
Red-breasted Nuthatch=4
Brown Creeper-3
Winter Wren-2
Golden Crowned Kinglet-2
Hermit Thrush-3
Blue-winged Warbler-4
Golden-winged Warbler-3
Nashville Warbler-50+
Northern Parula Warbler-6
Yellow Warbler-20+
Chestnut-sided Warbler-20+
Magnolia Warbler-3
Cape May Warbler 2 or 3
Black-throated Blue Warbler-6
Yellow-rumped Warbler-10+
Black-throated Breen Warbler-20+
Blackburnian Warbler-10+
Yellow-throated Warbler-1
Pine Warbler-10+
Cerulean Warbler-6
Black and White Warbler-10+
American Redstart-20+
Prothonotary Warbler-1
Northern Waterthrush-10+
Louisiana Warbler-4
Kentucky Warbler-2
Mourning Warbler-6
Common Yellowthroat-20+
Hooded Warbler-3
Canada Warbler-10+
Le Conte's Sparrow-1
Lincoln's Sparrow-5

Mark Peterson

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