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veery, saw-whet, and magnolia warbler in the high country
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- From: "jason bulluck" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 11 May 2001 19:43:23 -0000
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Just a note... Yesterday Lesley Penfield and I were up at Beacon Heights and
heard a saw-whet calling quite incessantly, and starting around 5ish pm.
Sounded like he was calling from the base of Grandfather, which would make
Also, had a couple of veery singing from around the rocks at Beacon Heights.
As we were leaving, a huge maple was like static, so full of warblers.
Black-throated blues, black-throated greens, canadas, a blackburnian, and
magnolias. Males and females. Presume this was a mixed flock feeding
viciously before another night of flight, in that only the black-throated
blue and greens were singing.
Oh yeah, also got the first least flycatcher this morning on Roby Greene
road in Watauga Co. Didnt get a look (on a run) but cant mistake that
Hope all you twitchers are still enjoying the movement. Went up to Ohio for
a few days and the singing seems to be in full swing there, too.
Appalachian State University, Biology
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