Re: Islay Creek
Larry Chen <lc637@...>
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It’s been brought to my attention that my coordinates may not be compatible with folks’ homes 😂 so sorry about that!! Unfortunately, I didn’t take note of the campground numbers, but I’ll do my best to run some descriptions:
Chipping Sparrow: weedy scrub edge just past/east of main Isley Creek Campground numbers.
Virginia’s Warbler: in pines on south side of ICC, where there’s a slight rise at the foot of the hill.
Blackburnian Warbler: initially halfway between main ICC and turnaround area at end of the path, later found with Virginia’s and other warblers in south pines.
American Redstart: in cypresses just before turnaround/end of road (left side when coming in).
Again, sorry about the coordinates kerfuffle, big thank you to those who contacted me, and good luck to those trying to find the warblers.
On Saturday, September 5, 2020, petra schaaf <pcschaaf@...> wrote:
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