The White-eyed Vireo was refound this morning. It was somewhat to the
south of the previous directions, where the perimeter trail, the ski trail,
and the fence are all very close to each other (but do not intersect).
There are large brush piles along the perimeter trail there that it was
seen on, but it also foraged in the trees near the fence and just across
On Thu, Nov 5, 2015, 13:45 Peter Hoeger <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Following Conny Brunell's directions, at least 4 observers saw and
> photographed the White-eyed Vireo this Thursday morning,
> Nov. 5, around 10:15-10:30 am. at Wood Lake Nature Ctr. in Richfield. It
> was foraging, as Conny related, about 6-10 ft. off the ground
> (give or take a few feet) among Chickadees and a few Golden-crowned
> Kinglets. It worked its way north along the trail until it disappeared.
> As of 11:30 it had not been relocated, but others were still looking.
> Take the eastern Perimeter Trail south to the intersection with the trail
> that would take you back northwest to the boardwalk (there is a bench there
> dedicated to Janet Busse),
> but keep going south along the nature center border about 360-370 paces
> until you get to another multi-trail intersection with a bench dedicated to
> Roy Hopkins and A. Day
> (there is also a trash bin there). The bird was seen there this morning
> just past this bench mostly in the trees and brambly shrubs on both sides
> of the perimeter trail.
> Pete Hoeger, Mpls.
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