Date: 7/30/20 3:32 pm
From: Susan Schaezler <susan...>
Subject: [texbirds] Re: Blue Gray Gnatcatcher
I pulled up 22 yr of eBird public data from Warbler Woods Bird Sanctuary and found unexpected results



Susan Schaezler
WarblerWoods.org, http://ebird.org/ebird/hotspot/L213585?yr=cur
501(c)(3) Cibolo/Schertz/Guadalupe County
Lone Star Land Steward Winner 2011. GCBO Site Partner
Life member TOS, SAAS, TAS

> On Jul 28, 2020, at 11:19 AM, Dan Smith <dan...> wrote:
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> The distribution map for Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in Birds of the World Online, shows the Hill Country to be within the species’ breeding range and year-round presence being just south of about San Antonio. I should think finding one in the area at just about any time is quite possible.
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> Dan Smith
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> http://www.wordsmithofaustin.com
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> "Merchants have no country. The mere spot they stand on does not constitute so strong an attachment as that from which they draw their gains.” Thomas Jefferson, 1814.
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>> On Jul 28, 2020, at 11:01 AM, Linda Valdez <ldvaldez...> wrote:
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>> As I was getting dressed to go out this morning, I saw a very small bird that was all gray with white outer-tail feathers. To me it looked like a Blue Gray Gnatcatcher. I know we have them here in the Hill Country all winter, is it to early for them to be here?
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>> Linda D Valdez
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