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Subject:[mou-net] Black-throated Blue Warblers
From:Milton Blomberg <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Milton Blomberg <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 27 May 2010 08:10:43 -0600
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Belated, but last Friday (21st) Mike Steffes and I hiked in Tettegouche SP backside (Lake Superior Trail ~2miles worth) looking for Black-throated Blues.  We were successful in locating 4-5 locales of singing birds...best spot below the Tettegouche overlook in the Maple forest w/ dead-topped birch.  Later, 7:15pm, sighted the gorgeous male up on Oberg mountain (SW flank), two were calling in there.  Other species: lots and lots of Black-throated Greens, B&W warblers, Ovenbirds, Redstarts (including Split Rock SP where camped).  Wood Thrushes, Veery, Warbling Vireo.

Add to Mike Hendrickson's report of Sat. 22.( 13- Long-tailed Ducks seen along scenic Hwy 61 s of Stoney Point, 5-Ruddy Turnstones along the shore on Park Point where the Red-throated Loons were seen. mjb 
 		 	   		  
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