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Wow! Impressive and wonderful list.

On Mon, Aug 14, 2017 at 9:55 AM, Chris Rimmer <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> A typically productive morning at Campbell Flats, with the immature Little
> Blue Heron continuing to put on a show. The real surprise was a
> persistently singing Yellow-billed Cuckoo that flew overhead from one side
> of the road to the other, last heard singing ~9 am by the set-back house on
> the north side of the road. A Blue-gray Gnatcatcher and adult Tennessee
> Warbler were foraging along the forest edge on the west end of the corn
> field.
>
> Highlights:
>
> 1 Little Blue Heron -- continuing immature bird foraging in beaver-flooded
> meadow
> 1 Green Heron
> 1 Yellow-billed Cuckoo -- consistently singing 'coo coo' song, responded to
> playback and flew overhead, landing 50 yards away and continuing to sing.
> 1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird
> 1 Eastern Wood-Pewee -- singing
> 1 Alder/Willow Flycatcher (Traill's Flycatcher) -- immature with buffy
> wing-bars
> 3 Eastern Phoebe
> 2 Eastern Kingbird
> 1 Blue-headed Vireo -- singing
> 1 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher -- foraging silently
> 7 Eastern Bluebird -- several juveniles
> 1 Veery -- calling
> 5 American Robin
> 8 Gray Catbird
> 4 Cedar Waxwing
> 1 Tennessee Warbler -- adult
> 3 Common Yellowthroat
> 2 American Redstart
> 1 Chestnut-sided Warbler
> 2 Savannah Sparrow
> 7 Song Sparrow
> 4 Indigo Bunting
>
> http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist/S38638607
>
> ________________________
>
> Chris Rimmer
> Vermont Center for Ecostudies
> PO Box 420 | Norwich, Vermont 05055
> 802.649.1431 x202
> http://vtecostudies.org/
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