Date: 11/1/19 9:16 am
From: Philip Kline <pgeorgekline...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Late migrants at FDR Memorial
I birded the west end of the National Mall this morning and ran into a
small flock of kinglets and chickadees near the FDR Memorial that contained
a 1st-fall Black-and-white Warbler and a first-fall Nashville Warbler.
Seemed noteworthy for November (the Black-and-white triggered the ebird
filter, although the Nashville surprisingly didn't). An adult Bald Eagle
soared over the MLK Memorial delighting a visiting school group. The
Constitution Gardens Pond had a nice selection of waterfowl, including
Gadwall, Ruddy Duck, American Wigeon, and a few dozen Shovelers. A Lesser
Scaup was on the Reflecting Pool.

Good birding,

Philip Kline

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