Date: 5/13/20 7:36 pm
From: <badgerboy...>
Subject: Re: Kirtland's Warbler -- singing! -- today in Watauga Co., NC
If anyone goes to see this bird please remember that it is a very rare
and endangered species, so playing tapes should be avoided as well as
any harassment. Also note the boardwalks are in very poor shape and some
are flagged as closed--these should NOT be crossed.

Guy McGrane, Deep Gap, NC

On 5/13/2020 6:04 PM, Dwayne Martin (via carolinabirds Mailing List) wrote:
> This should work.
> https://urldefense.com/v3/__https://www.facebook.com/katiekatejeane/videos/pcb.10222052611452714/10222052575291810/?type=3&theater__;!!OToaGQ!_RTgxHI4QWHkqBcfqhpkJuzdo-Cvv07knzZZy2aoLoYSa-sKV5-lkZ0OreXMunBuY_M$
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> Dwayne
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> J. Dwayne Martin
> Hickory, NC
> <redxbill...> <mailto:<redxbill...>
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> Catawba County Park Ranger
> Riverbend Park - Conover, NC
> <jdmartin...> <mailto:<jdmartin...>
> https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.catawbacountync.gov/depts/parks/__;!!OToaGQ!_RTgxHI4QWHkqBcfqhpkJuzdo-Cvv07knzZZy2aoLoYSa-sKV5-lkZ0OreXM5h_EcXg$
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> On Wed, May 13, 2020 at 6:00 PM Harry LeGrand <carolinabirds...>
> <mailto:<carolinabirds...>> wrote:
>
> The first known record of a Kirtland's Warbler singing in NC was
> made today -- and video has been uploaded to Facebook Carolina
> Rare Birds.  Ed Corey and I have already played the video, and
> indeed it is!  Katie Griffith has created an eBird list, but that
> does not have an audio recording --in fact, all recordings on
> eBird are down the last few days (Cornell issue, I think). 
> Someone may know how to share the Facebook link here, if so -- can
> you share that?   (Note-- you cannot see colors on the bird, but
> you can see the tail wagging and hear numerous songs.)
>
> This is just the SECOND spring report of Kirtland's for NC, but
> the other was a non-vocal bird.
>
> Harry LeGrand
> Birds of North Carolina website editor
>

 
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