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- From: "Donna S. Bailey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 02 Oct 1999 23:11:14 -0400
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While I could only spare a few moments to bird in the yard today, what a
productive few minutes they were.
Shortly after hearing the "ji-dit" of a Ruby-crowned Kinglet, the chickadees
and titmice began scolding. Chickadees never lie and, sure enough, a look
through the trees revealed an immature Black-throated Green Warbler busily
feeding in a pine tree near the noisy gang.
This is only the second time I have been lucky enough to find a
Black-throated Green Warbler in Fairfield county and the first time in
Fairfield county in the fall.
Early October seems awfully early to find Ruby-crowned Kinglets but I would
welcome comments on that. All my yard lists are annual and, because
Ruby-crowns usually get themselves on the list in early to mid-January, I
have no good records of arrival dates for them.
"Where are the Birds? Migration across South Carolina"
"Columbia Audubon Society"