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Magee and Maumee Bay SP migration

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rick nirschl View Drop Down
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    Posted: 19 Sep 2017 at 4:17pm
At Magee yesterday: Impressive numbers of Bay-breasted Warblers. 15 warbler species.

Counted/estimated about 50 Bay-breasted and 20 Blackpoll Warblers.  
3 Philadelphia Vireos
2 Yellow-bellied Flycatchers
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At Maumee Bay State Park:

About 300-400 Common Terns
1 Great Black-backed Gull
A few Forster's Terns
1 Bonaparte's Gull
1 Ruddy Turnstone
1 Semipalmated Sandpiper
2 Semipalmated Plovers
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As a comparison, our yard along the Towpath Trail NE of Grand Rapids, had 14 species of warblers today, 9/19. Total numbers of warblers were a fraction of the lakeshore, but the species number was similar.

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Very nice to hear. Oh to be retired, i could be enjoying them
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...but it (retirement) is really close for you, isn't it, Dale?    :-)
 
Wonder how other folks are doing with the fall warbler diversity locally...?  Tom, your YARD day total of 14 species is better than ANY of my 5 days out (yet) locally!
 
Rick, great birds!  Tell that darn B-H Gull to hang around MBSP until Sunday!  I'd be going tomorrow to MBSP were it not for the cross-country 'convention' or whatever.
 
Good Birding all,
 
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