Eureka Nature

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Monday, March 26, 2007

Bird Migration report

I checked Leatherwood on Sat morning before the cleanup, and then briefly this morning. The Louisiana Waterthrushes have moved in and claimed territories, at least six were singing along the creek and another on the lakeshore. The first Chipping Sparrow was near the cabins. This morning I found two Black-and-White Warblers, and a Northern Parula singing. The sparrow variety from last week had fallen considerably, and no Swallows at all. Still it's encouraging, and it won't be long at all now.


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