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We spent the weekend camping at N. Hero S. P. which is a gem. Waves of migrants were present, not in great numbers but of interest.  I have several reports that will follow this one.

Sue Wetmore

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Subject: eBird Report - N. Hero State Park , 8/31/07
Date: Mon, 3 Sep 2007 19:23:18 +0000
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> Location:     N. Hero State Park
> Observation date:     8/31/07
> Number of species:     35
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> Double-crested Cormorant     X
> Osprey     X
> Ring-billed Gull     X
> Great Black-backed Gull     X
> Caspian Tern     2
> Common Tern     X
> Mourning Dove     X
> Barred Owl     1
> Downy Woodpecker     X
> Hairy Woodpecker     X
> Northern Flicker     X
> Pileated Woodpecker     X
> Eastern Wood-Pewee     X
> Eastern Phoebe     X
> Warbling Vireo     1
> Philadelphia Vireo     1
> American Crow     X
> Black-capped Chickadee     X
> Red-breasted Nuthatch     X
> White-breasted Nuthatch     X
> House Wren     X
> Wood Thrush     X
> American Robin     X
> Gray Catbird     X
> Nashville Warbler     X
> Yellow-rumped Warbler     X
> Black-and-white Warbler     X
> American Redstart     X
> Mourning Warbler     X
> Common Yellowthroat     X
> Canada Warbler     X
> Song Sparrow     X
> Northern Cardinal     X
> Baltimore Oriole     X
> American Goldfinch     X
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> This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org/vins)