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Some of the recent returnees in these Saint George woods include black-throated greens, veery(s), hermits, beautifully singing (as always) winter wrens, brown creepers and at the edge of the woods near Shelburne Athletic Club a Carolina Wren sang, and a pair of Killdeer nested with 4 eggs next to a goal net on an athletic field.
An American Bittern was gulping away at Shelburne Pond, while snipe flew and whinnied above the wetlands.




Jane Schlossberg