Date: 9/14/20 10:38 am From: Phil Davis <pdavis...> Subject: Re: [MDBirding] any research on migrant traps?
Hi Michael, et al.
FYI ... I used to work in Greenbelt and would often eat a sandwich at lunchtime at the Greenbelt National Park entrance just off of Good Luck Road (across from Parkdale HS). I believe this was one of the highest point in the park and I often had great luck there, right from the parking lot ... Mourning Warbler comes to mind ... and there was typically no one else around. However, this was decades ago ... sigh ...
At 09:13 09/14/2020, 'Michel Cavigelli' via Maryland & DC Birding wrote: >Good question. I have wondered the same. My neighborhood in >Greenbelt (PG Co) seems to have substantially more migrants than >those of two birding friends who live at lower elevations in >Greenbelt...I have assumed that elevation is part of the issue but >places like rock Creek Park often have more diversity and higher >numbers than my neighborhood (but also many more birders...). > >Michel Cavigelli
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