Re: Pine Bush 5/12

zach schwartz-weinstein
 

Late additions: a singing Wilson's Warbler by the southern end of the "eastern leg" of the yellow trail.  A Tennessee Warbler found by Tom at the Dune overlook had moved to the first closed off trailhead on the north leg of the yellow trail, where it was singing the first two parts of its song and being very confusing.

Also many black-throated greens about.  

Good birding!


On Fri, May 12, 2017 at 8:51 AM zach schwartz-weinstein <zachsw@...> wrote:
The yellow trail at Karner Barrens East has been very birdy this morning.

Warblers:   Cape May, Blackburnian, Nashville, Blackpoll, yellow-rumped,Northern Parula, plus black and white and locally breeding yellow, prairie, and common yellowthroat.  Earlier Tom W had a Bay-Breasted.  The warblers are mostly concentrated on the "eastern leg" of the trail (before. It turns along the dump.)

Many blue-headed vireos, Rb Grosbeaks, and Baltimore orioles, several Scarlet tanagers.

Zach S-W
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