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George Lisi <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 22 May 2008 06:42:25 -0400
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Just a quick stage of migration note from 14 miles N of Montpelier, about 
1100 feet. Basically everybody you'd expect has shown. Latest arrivals are 
Scarlet Tanager a few days ago and Great Crested Flycatcher 'reeping' 
lustily in the woods. The American Bittern that nests in the wetlands every 
year has been around for quite awhile. Warblers include B & W, Yellowthroat, 
Ovenbird, Nashville, Parula, Blackburnian, Chestnut-sided, Black-throated 
Blue, Black-throated Green, Yellow-rumped, and Yellow. Species of interest 
that haven't arrived yet are Canada Warbler and Mourning Warbler, who both 
breed here regularly, judging by persistent singing on territory. No wood 
pewee yet.
    George Lisi, Woodbury 

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