Date: 11/1/20 12:00 pm
From: Wayne Bierbaum <wm.bierbaum...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Jug Bay AACo
Correction: the rails were King Rails.

On Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 2:42:59 PM UTC-4, Wayne Bierbaum wrote:
>
> At Jug Bay -
> The Farm Trail ends at a communal farm plot. By the farther gate to the
> fenced area are small shrubs that have seeds and held many birds.
> Pine Siskins (20), White Crowned Sparrow (4), Field sparrow (2), Swamp
> Sparrow several, plus goldfinch, house finch, bluebirds, etc.
> A fox sparrow was present near the end of the Railroad Trail and two
> Clapper Rails were next to the pier.
> A Hairy Woodpecker was near Otter Point and the beaver was out in the
> pond.
>

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