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Location:     Rutland Community Garden
Observation  date:     5/12/09
Notes:     With the lowering  of the beaver dam water, some extensive muddy 
shoreline [along with industrial  garbage] has been exposed attracting both 
the Least Sandpipers and Solitary  Sandpipers.  The mud in question is 
probably toxic!
Number of  species:     32      Species to date:  73

Mallard     1
Green Heron      2
Killdeer     2
Solitary Sandpiper      3
Least Sandpiper     3
Mourning Dove      4
Chimney Swift     4
Downy Woodpecker      2
Least Flycatcher     3
Eastern Phoebe      1
Warbling Vireo     4
American Crow      6
Black-capped Chickadee     2
Tufted Titmouse   3
House Wren     1
Wood Thrush   1
American Robin     7
Gray Catbird   6
Yellow Warbler     4
Chestnut-sided  Warbler     1
American Redstart     1
Common  Yellowthroat     2
Chipping Sparrow      1
Song Sparrow     4
Northern Cardinal      3
Rose-breasted Grosbeak     1
Red-winged Blackbird   13
Common Grackle     8
Brown-headed  Cowbird     1
Baltimore Oriole     3
House  Finch     2
American Goldfinch      4

This report was generated automatically by eBird  v2(http://ebird.org/vt)


Cheers,
Roy Pilcher
The Gables at East Mountain, Rutland,  Vermont

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