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Hi Randy,
 
Sorry to just be getting these added numbers to you from my walk back up the service road to the house after you left.  I thought I'd see more activity really... but the up close views of the Carolina Wren were very nice.
 
Carolina Wren - 1
BLJA 4
BCCH - 7
WBNU - 4
JUNCO - 3
WTSP - 6
 
and 2 monarchs.... actually have seen 4-5 in the past few days.  
 
Ruth
 
 
 
> Date: Sat, 11 Oct 2008 14:30:11 -0400> From: [log in to unmask]> Subject: [VTBIRD] eBird Report - Hildene - Lincoln Family Home , 10/11/08> To: [log in to unmask]> > Echoing Julie's report, Yellow-rumped warblers were everywhere on the> property, and offered excellent "no binoculars needed" viewing as we walked> through an arbor, they landed on branches not 3 feet from the group. > > 13 people joined our group today, and we added two species to our list> bringing the total up to 109. > > > Location: Hildene - Lincoln Family Home> Observation date: 10/11/08> Number of species: 32> > Wood Duck 1> Mallard 1> American Bittern 1> Great Blue Heron 1> Green Heron 1> Sharp-shinned Hawk 2> Belted Kingfisher X> Downy Woodpecker 3> Hairy Woodpecker 1> Northern Flicker 2> Eastern Phoebe X> Red-eyed Vireo 2> Blue Jay 12> American Crow 45> Common Raven 2> Black-capped Chickadee 16> Tufted Titmouse 7> White-breasted Nuthatch 3> American Robin 9> Gray Catbird 2> Cedar Waxwing 12> Yellow-rumped Warbler 22> Black-throated Green Warbler 1> Chipping Sparrow 21> Song Sparrow 12> Swamp Sparrow 2> White-throated Sparrow 8> White-crowned Sparrow 2> Dark-eyed Junco 17> Red-winged Blackbird 5> American Goldfinch 5> House Sparrow 3> > This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org)
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