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I was at Krueger Park from 7:45-9:05 am today and was able to relocate the
male Hooded Warbler that Andy Nyhus reported yesterday.  His directions
were right to the "T". The bird would actively signing for about  20
minutes and then be quite for about 20 minutes.  It was very hard to
observe the bird though in the heavy cover of this ravine.  The bridge area
seems to be the back side of it's territory as he would work his way to the
North East while signing and then the song would become fairly faint.  So
be patient and eventually he works his way towards the bridge along the
trail.
Krueger Park is a great park to bird, there are lots of trails to explore!

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THANK YOU,

*Scott A. Mehus*

*Education Director*

*NATIONAL EAGLE CENTER*

50 Pembroke Avenue

Wabasha Minnesota 55981

651-565-4989 ext. 101

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