Brabetz, Barbara L
You're not going crazy (at least, not about seeing ceruleans).
The ornithology class at SUNY Cobleskill had confirmed sightings/songs
of Cerulean Warblers at Max V. Shaul State Park about 10 days ago.
Town of Florida, Montgomery County
Chair, Department of Natural Sciences
Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biology
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Sent: Saturday, May 19, 2007 4:15 PM
Subject: [HMBirds] Schoharie Co. warblers
My wife and I made a brief stop at Max. V. Shaul State Park below
Middleburg and found an abundance of warblers within the supe-abundance
of red-eyed vireos. On old Rt. 30 walk and right at the entrance:
Black and White Warbler
Black-throated Green Warbler
possible neck-straining bad-lighting look at 2 Cerulean Warblers, but
no song heard to confirm, encouraging a return visit.