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Old Friday 13th September 2019, 22:34   #701
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another duck

Hello,

Last Sunday, i saw a female gadwall at the Reservoir and immediately thereafter an immature chestnut sided warbler. Several days in a row, I have seen ruby throated hummingbirds around some jewelweed. At first, I thought it was an insect landing on a branch, but my binocular revealed my error. I am not used to seeing a hummer sitting still. On Wednesday, I was alerted to an American bittern near a tupelo tree.

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Sounds like migration is well under way for you Arthur
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Sounds like migration is well under way for you Arthur
Hello KC,

Yes, the migration is well under way. I cannot get to the Park early enough for the best bird watching.

How are things to the south?

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