[wisb] Re: Lake Park report for 5-16, Milw. Co., 20 warblers

I am seeing a RH Woodpecker on regular basis on the golf course
directly west of the Wolcott Statue.  I had 3 total last Thursday.

Brian


On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 3:38 PM,  <korducki@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The RH Woodpecker was near the Locust Ravine feeder area where they nested in 
> past years. This was last Tuesday but they have missed by others since so 
> maybe it was just a migrant.
> Mark Korducki, New Berlin
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> Subject: [wisb] Lake Park report for 5-16, Milw. Co., 20 warblers
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> Hi All,
> I birded Lake Park in Milwaukee for a couple of hours late morning  today.
>
> As others have been reporting of late, warblers were pretty much foraging
> within about 10 feet of the ground everywhere I went today.  I think today
> was the first time I've ever seen a BLACKPOLL WARBLER from above (seen from
> a  bridge).  I had about 20 warbler species.  Many individuals were  feeding
> on the ground.  Most birds were clinging to the protected sides of  the
> ravines or the grassy areas adjacent to the ravines.  A pleasant  surprise was
> a RED-BREASTED NUTHATCH near the service building east of the  Wolcott (sp?)
> statue.  A couple of RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS were still  lingering.  NO
> tanagers; NO brown thrushes; NO vireos.
>
> I couldn't find the RED-HEADED WOODPECKERS in the park.  Where are  they
> hanging out this year?
>
> Tally Ho!
>
> -Scott Diehl
> Richfield, Washington Co.
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