Sunday, September 17, 2017
Fwd: Sat walk Prospect
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Well we aren't supposed to say there weren't a lot of birds so many must have been disguised as empty branches yesterday.
A group of 13 birders mined what birds were in the park after what seemed like a large movement out the previous evening on a warm humid morning.
Highlights were a bright philly V found on butterfly meadow by Isabel Conte, cape may, a pair of humming birds and a pair of rose breasted grosbeaks.
We had a chance to hone our fall warbler Id skills on the 11 species found along the way. We also were able to work on nothern water thrush chip notes as we found at least 4 possibly 5 vocal birds yesterday.