Thanks Gregg for helping me spot it :-)
On Friday, November 6, 2015, Gregg Severson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> 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
> the fence.
> Gregg Severson
> On Thu, Nov 5, 2015, 13:45 Peter Hoeger <[log in to unmask]
> > 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
> > 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
> > 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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