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Subject:Minneapolis warbler update
From:Diana Doyle <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Diana Doyle <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Sun, 5 Sep 2010 12:10:43 -0500
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Warblers (and vireos) were abundant along Minnehaha Creek east of Lake Hiawatha this morning, for the second morning in a row.

It was like "warbler anime"--they were so many, moving so fast, it became hard to follow all the frenzied movement.

Sixteen warbler species: Nashville (a), Tennessee (a), yellow (several),  Wilson's (several), chestnut-sided (several), bay-breasted (several, and singing), northern parula (several), mourning (1, juvenile with broken eye-ring), blackpoll (2), black-throated green (2), American redstart (1), common yellowthroat (several), northern waterthrush (1), magnolia (3), yellow-rumped (1), and Canada (1).

Also plenty of empids and vireos, including Philadelphia, blue-headed, and yellow-throated.

Diana Doyle
S. Minneapolis


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