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While things have slowed down it was not an uneventful walk. The peregrine flew over head for starters, then as 

I observed the cuckoo swallowing a caterpillar breakfast a loud commotion from the dense undergrowth startled me. 

I was thinking large mammal ---but what erupted was a Cooper's hawk! 



Sue Wetmore 
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Location:     Brandon Pearl St 
Observation date:     8/25/10 
Number of species:     36 

Mallard     1 
Cooper's Hawk     1 
Peregrine Falcon     1 
Mourning Dove     4 
Black-billed Cuckoo     1 
Ruby-throated Hummingbird     2 
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker     2 
Downy Woodpecker     2 
Hairy Woodpecker     2 
Empidonax sp.     1 
Eastern Phoebe     2 
Eastern Kingbird     1 
Warbling Vireo     1 
Red-eyed Vireo     5 
Blue Jay     10 
American Crow     13 
Common Raven     1 
Black-capped Chickadee     3 
White-breasted Nuthatch     1 
Carolina Wren     2 
House Wren     3 
Eastern Bluebird     4 
American Robin     10 
Gray Catbird     7 
European Starling     19 
Cedar Waxwing     11 
American Redstart     2 
Common Yellowthroat     5 
Chipping Sparrow     25 
Song Sparrow     7 
Scarlet Tanager     1 
Northern Cardinal     4 
Rose-breasted Grosbeak     1 
Indigo Bunting     1 
Bobolink     46 
Baltimore Oriole     2 
American Goldfinch     3 

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