Lynn Davidson found bird at state park entrance at 0845 ish. Seen untl ca 0900 then not again until 0908, when it flew toward the Bay.
Ned Brinkley Sent from my iPhone.On Sep 30, 2011, at 5:14 PM, Adam D'Onofrio <bigadfromlb@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Just spent an hour or more watching 3 CAPE MAY WARBLERS, 3 NORTHERN PARULAS and a TENNESSEE WARBLER feasting on insects in my mimosa tree. They're still going at it. Guess they're heading south tonight. A BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER and PINE WARBLER joined the party briefly. Certainly a nice way to start the weekend. Good birding.Adam D'Onofrio Dinwiddie Co. _______________________________________________ va-bird mailing list http://mailman.listserve.com/listmanager/listinfo/va-birdThank you for subscribing to Va-bird, a service of the Virginia Society of Ornithology. Please consider joining the VSO.
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