Cerulean Warbler seen at 45 29.993 93 42.859 , also seen Olive-sided Flycatcher at 45 29.883 93 42.707
From: Pastor Al Schirmacher
ReplyTo: Pastor Al Schirmacher
Subject: [mou-rba] [mou-net] Cerulean Warbler
Sent: Jun 26, 2009 9:32 AM
Male Cerulean Warbler (good looks & listens, only singing first three notes
of song), Blue Hill Trail, Sherburne NWR - on the trail that actually leads
up the hill, about 10-15 minutes in along the western fork of the entry
Heard a number of Golden-crowned Kinglets in the coniferous section of the
trail, continuing a long trend of over-summering (nesting?).
Two Red-headed Woodpeckers, one on the trail, one flying back & forth to the
pole on the intersection of CR 9 & 42.
No Golden-winged or Blue-winged seen or heard on the trail, seem to be only
present on Mahnomen Trail and the Auto Tour this year, perhaps due to late
Good birding to all.
Mille Lacs & Sherburne Counties
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