[mou] Carver County-Still no significant wave
cyrus150 at hotmail.com
Wed Sep 3 16:45:53 CDT 2008
I woke up hoping that the recent cold front passage would have blown some migrants south into Carver Park. I was wrong, except that some of the birds that had been here may have been blown further south. There was a small number of migrants, including an increase of Tennessee Warblers(one of which was a male in breeding plumage). There wasn't as much variety either compared to the weekend. I finally found the pair of Pileated Woodpeckers that I know reside at the park but haven't been able to find all year. I also saw what I assume was a Willow Flycatcher(based on their lack of eye ring) feeding a begging young. It must have been a late hatch. Still no migrant thrushes to be seen. There was also an Olive-sided Flycatcher near King Blind.
Common Yellowthroat(4, definite decrease of both Redstart and Yellowthroat, or they were just not active)
Yellow Warbler(1 immature)
On Labor Day at Chaska Lake, MVNWR, there were Tennesse, Black and White, Chestnut-sided, Magnolia, Wilson's, and Nashville Warbler.
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