Swan Harbor seems to be a rarity magnet! Sadly, too far from me☹️
On Mon, Oct 26, 2020, 6:14 PM Tim Houghton <timhoughton...> wrote:
> I was literally getting into my car to leave because of the rain when the
> rain stopped and I went to the marsh and raised impoundments and found a
> lot of good stuff. 10 sparrow species, with the best being the beautiful
> awesome orange Nelson's Sparrow in the hedgerow in front of the raised
> impoundments and on the right side of the entrance road. It was in the
> cattails on the end near to the road. Also a Lincoln's (1) and
> White-Crowned sparrows (7). A few late warblers: Tennessee (hedgerow) and
> Black-Throated Green (hedgerow); a Blackpoll behind the raised
> impoundments. And, for good measure, a flyby lesser yellowlegs. First
> time I got double-digit sparrows at Swan Harbor.
> Tim Houghton
> (Glen Arm)
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