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Morris Creek, 9/4/99
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- Subject: Morris Creek, 9/4/99
- From: "Donna S. Bailey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 04 Sep 1999 22:40:36 -0400
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A stroll through the creek bottom revealed a real lack of birds today. How
still things seemed without the Hoodeds, the Kentuckies, the Louisiana
Waterthrushes, the Parulas. I saw one bird the whole time - a nice
Blue-headed Vireo, a migrant at last. I heard several White-eyed Vireos who
were making noise at the Blue-headed Vireo on their territory. Otherwise I
heard only year-round residents - cardinals, Carolina Wrens, Tufted Titmice,
Carolina Chickadees. I guess all the migrant warblers were in Newberry county.
"Where are the Birds? Migration across South Carolina"
"Columbia Audubon Society"