Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2011 20:07:26 +0000
Reply-To: "Bradley J. Bergstrom" <bergstrm@VALDOSTA.EDU>
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From: "Bradley J. Bergstrom" <bergstrm@VALDOSTA.EDU>
Subject: FOS warblers, et al., Grand Bay WMA (Lowndes Co.)
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Heard 4-5 singing male Prothonotary Warblers along the Grand Bay boardwalk this morning, so they seem to be back nearly in full force. Heard a Hooded Warbler and Red-eyed Vireo near the boat ramp/ check station. Numerous Northern Parulas, Pine Warblers and Common Yellowthroats, and a few Yellow-throated Warblers were singing throughout the WMA.
Near the WMA entrance was a nice mixed flock with all 4 of the common vireos, plus Black-and-white Warbler, several Palm Warblers (including two Yellow Palms, and all uncharacteristically high in the canopy), Yellow-rumped Warblers, a Hermit Thrush and now singing Ruby-crowned Kinglets. And a flyover Osprey.
9 species of warblers and 4 vireos ain't bad, all of them seasonal or permanent residents.
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