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This was a magicical morning on L. Dunmore. The adult loon pair with the 2 chicks were observed by myself and Kathy Dick from a discreet distance by boat. 
The birds were resting in a cove with the chicks and slowly began their routine of diving for breakfast. Upon returning to the dock we saw a young fox trying to catch a chipmunk---luckily the fox's hunting skills need honing. One fortunate chipmunk was seen streaking at warp speed away from the hunter!. 
Other birds listed below were seen and heard along the shores. 

Sue Wetmore 
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Subject: eBird Report - Lake Dunmore/Silver Lake Rd. , 7/2/10 



Location:     Lake Dunmore/Silver Lake Rd. 
Observation date:     7/2/10 
Notes:     Common loon pair with 2 chicks<br>Common merganser with 2 juveniles 
Number of species:     26 

Common Merganser     3 
Common Loon     4 
Ring-billed Gull     26 
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker     1 
Eastern Wood-Pewee     1 
Least Flycatcher     1 
Eastern Phoebe     2 
Eastern Kingbird     3 
Warbling Vireo     2 
Red-eyed Vireo     3 
American Crow     3 
Tree Swallow     8 
Barn Swallow     9 
Tufted Titmouse     1 
White-breasted Nuthatch     1 
Hermit Thrush     2 
Gray Catbird     1 
Cedar Waxwing     10 
Ovenbird     2 
Common Yellowthroat     2 
Chipping Sparrow     3 
Song Sparrow     2 
Scarlet Tanager     1 
Common Grackle     1 
Brown-headed Cowbird     1 
American Goldfinch     2 

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