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  • Forrest Luke
    There was a pretty good fallout at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig during the rain last evening. Species with approximate numbers were as follows: Wilson s (40),
    Message 1 of 7 , Sep 10, 2013
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      There was a pretty good fallout at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig during the rain last evening. Species with approximate numbers were as follows:

      Wilson’s (40), Townsend’s (20), Orange-crowned (20), Yellow-rumped (10), MacGillivray’s (5) and Nashville (2) Warblers; Warbling Vireo (2); Hammond’s Flycatcher (1); Western Tanager (2); Lazuli Bunting (2) (a little late); and the first White-crowned (2) and Lincoln’s (10) Sparrows of the fall. Breeding residents still hanging in there included Osprey (1), Black-chinned Hummer (1), WW Pewee (2), catbird (4) and House Wren (some). It always makes me a little sad when I don’t see any Yellow Warblers, but they will be back come next May.

       

      Good Birding,

       

      Forrest Luke

      Craig


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    • Forrest Luke
      There was a fair assortment of migrants at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig this morning, highlighted by a Northern Waterthrush and 5-6 Townsend s Warblers. Good
      Message 2 of 7 , Sep 6, 2014
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        There was a fair assortment of migrants at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig this morning, highlighted by a Northern Waterthrush and 5-6 Townsend’s Warblers.

         

        Good Birding,

         

        Forrest Luke

        Craig


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