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68491Hooded and Mourning Warblers at Daniel Wright Woods

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  • Rena Cohen
    May 18, 2014
      The Lake/Cook Audubon field trip that started at Half Day Preserve in Lincolnshire and continued to Daniel Wright Woods this morning turned up two MOURNING WARBLERS (one at the northwest end of the pond at Daniel Wright Woods - found by Caryn Hollander - and the other on the Half Day side before entering the trail to the connecting bridge - found by Bonnie Duman). 

      In addition, a HOODED WARBLER was seen and heard (over and over and over) by almost all 60 participants on the Daniel Wright side.  The bird was located on the middle east-west forest trail between the Daniel Wright pond and the Des Plaines River (parallel to the trail from the bridge that connects the two preserves).

      Also seen and/or heard - CANADA, BAY-BREASTED, NORTHERN PARULA, CHESTNUT-SIDED, MAGNOLIA, BLACK-THROATED GREEN, BLACKPOLL, TENNESSEE, WILSON'S, YELLOW, NASHVILLE, COMMON YELLOWTHROAT, NORTHERN WATERTHRUSH, many AMERICAN REDSTART (by far the most numerous bird of the day), SCARLET TANAGER, ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK, LEAST AND TRAILS FLYCATCHERS, etc.

      Rena Cohen
      Highland Park
      Lake County