Re: Schoharie Co. warblers


Brabetz, Barbara L
 

Jeff:

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.

Barbara Brabetz
Town of Florida, Montgomery County

Chair, Department of Natural Sciences

Assistant Professor, Chemistry and Biology


SUNY Cobleskill
Wheeler Hall Room 114
Cobleskill, NY 12043


(518) 255-5306 office
(518) 255-5113 fax

brabetbl@cobleskill.edu




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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:

Blackburnian Warbler
Black and White Warbler
Black-throated Green Warbler
Blue-winged Warbler
American Redstart
Ovenbird
Yellow Warbler
possible neck-straining bad-lighting look at 2 Cerulean Warblers, but
no song heard to confirm, encouraging a return visit.

Jeff Nadler
Burnt Hills

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