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Hollow Rd was the place to be this morning for tanagers------3 males eye level and 1 female. Unfortunately the looks were brief with no 

chance for photos. 

The prairie warbler pair were very agitated  and either had a nest or fledged young nearby as one of the birds fluttered about 

in a distraction display.  Now where were they during atlasing? 



Sue Wetmore 
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Subject: eBird Report - Hollow Rd , 7/1/10 



Location:     Hollow Rd 
Observation date:     7/1/10 
Notes:     Prairie warbler pair highly agitated one carrying food. 
Number of species:     31 

Killdeer     1 
Mourning Dove     2 
Northern Flicker (Yellow-shafted)     2 
Pileated Woodpecker     1 
Eastern Phoebe     2 
Eastern Kingbird     3 
Red-eyed Vireo     6 
Blue Jay     4 
American Crow     2 
Black-capped Chickadee     1 
White-breasted Nuthatch     1 
House Wren     3 
Veery     4 
Hermit Thrush     1 
American Robin     4 
Gray Catbird     5 
Brown Thrasher     1 
Cedar Waxwing     6 
Chestnut-sided Warbler     1 
Prairie Warbler     2 
Black-and-white Warbler     2 
American Redstart     1 
Ovenbird     4 
Common Yellowthroat     3 
Eastern Towhee     6 
Song Sparrow     1 
Scarlet Tanager     4 
Northern Cardinal     2 
Red-winged Blackbird     3 
Brown-headed Cowbird     1 
American Goldfinch     1 

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