Date: 4/28/20 11:30 am
From: Thea and Mark Sinclair (via carolinabirds Mailing List) <carolinabirds...>
Subject: Cerulean and other warblers, Rattlesnake Lodge Trail, Buncombe Co
We had a good morning seeing several singing cerulean warblers, as well as
ovenbird, black-throated green, many blackburnian, hooded warblers and
scarlet tanagers. The leaves are just coming out on the trees and the
birds were singing, making for easier spotting. Also, the ceruleans were
lower on the trail than in past years, even down around the split-railed
switchbacks. The parkway ends right after the turnoff for Ox Creek Rd, so
the trail is accessible via the parkway, then Ox Creek Rd.
Thea Sinclair
Hickory, NC

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