As I was watching for migrants at Freedom Park in Prescott, just before noon a Townsend's Solitaire flew up the bluff and landed in a nearby oak.  I had excellent scope views for a few minutes as it perched quietly, it then flew off into the neighborhood.  I drove around for a few minutes attempting to relocate it, without success, but there are plenty of crabapples in the area.
I saw very few migrants in the previous two hours, a few Sandhill Cranes and Ring-billed Gulls.

Doug Kieser

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