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Early morning at the marsh and then along the powerline produced the following. 



The turkey chicks were just a couple of days old------late nesting I presume. 



Sue Wetmore 
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Subject: eBird Report - West Rutland Marsh IBA , 7/3/10 



Location:     West Rutland Marsh IBA 
Observation date:     7/3/10 
Notes:     2 female hen turkeys flushed and 3 chicks were noted hiding in the grass. Chestnut-sided warbler carrying nesting material--- redwing female feeding juv---- robin carrying food 
Number of species:     38 

Wild Turkey     5 
Mourning Dove     5 
Black-billed Cuckoo     1 
Hairy Woodpecker     1 
Northern Flicker (Yellow-shafted)     2 
Eastern Wood-Pewee     1 
Willow Flycatcher     2 
Eastern Phoebe     2 
Eastern Kingbird     1 
Blue Jay     5 
Common Raven     2 
Northern Rough-winged Swallow     2 
Tree Swallow     7 
Bank Swallow     2 
Barn Swallow     8 
Black-capped Chickadee     3 
White-breasted Nuthatch     1 
Marsh Wren     5 
Veery     2 
Wood Thrush     1 
American Robin     5 
Gray Catbird     5 
Cedar Waxwing     6 
Yellow Warbler     1 
Chestnut-sided Warbler     3 
Prairie Warbler     1 
Ovenbird     1 
Common Yellowthroat     7 
Eastern Towhee     5 
Field Sparrow     2 
Song Sparrow     5 
Swamp Sparrow     2 
Northern Cardinal     1 
Indigo Bunting     2 
Red-winged Blackbird     11 
Common Grackle     6 
Baltimore Oriole     2 
American Goldfinch     3 

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