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Oak Openings Spring Migration Update

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No Blue grosbeak this morning at Lou Campbell Tall Grass Prairie, but a nice consolation was a Kentucky warbler seen and heard in the woods north of the prairie very near Old Wilkins (east side). The Prairie warbler remains as does the chat, White-eyed vireo, and Acadian flycatcher (near Kentucky spot).
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 I had a chat fly over tornado alley this afternoon at about 200 feet up call as it flew. I have never seen that before. In the same area I also had a nice male Rose-breasted Grosbeak along with the usual fair for oak openings.

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Two new spots for Kentucky warbler this morning...
 
* Route 64 about 1/3 mi east of Jeffers Road - one singing well back in the woods to the north
* Fulton Co Road C about 1/4 mi east of Road 2 - singing fairly close to the road
 
 
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I apologize for not posting this earlier, but here are some sightings from yesterday. (May 29)

Girdham: Singing male Mourning Warbler and Pine Warbler just before the ranger station.
Girdham/Reed: Henslow's Sparrow
Horse Riding Center/Jeffers: Red-shouldered Hawk and Northern Mockingbird
Tornado Alley: Flyover Sharp-shinned Hawk, Alder Flycatcher, and 3 Yellow-breasted Chats (6 for the day's total)
Wabash Cannonball Trail: Common Nighthawk sleeping just outside of the Trail along Wilkins and Hooded Warbler.

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Kentucky Warbler continues to sign in the woods behind the bridle area parking lot along Route 64 near Jeffer's.  I have heard it on 2 seperate occasions, but it is back in the woods away.
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Hit the Maumee State Forest location for Ky Warbler and Off-road cycle area last night with no results.  It was windy and the birds were not singing (except Blue-winged Warblers).  Also checked horse riding area on Jeffers and only noticed Blue-winged Warblers, Eastern Towhee and Baltimore Oriole's.  I had a summer tanager on the corner of Reed and Girdham.  I also checked the Lou Campbell area and the Prairie seems to have moved on.  In addition the Prairie was not calling and the Manore road location.  Other than usual suspects it was really quiet.
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+A walk into Lou Campbell Prairie this morning gave me the best look at Yellow-Breasted chat I've had in many a year, posing and singing just off the paved trail. No Prairie warbler heard or seen. Also had a female RB grosbeak near the bridge.
 
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The wandering warbler (Prairie) was back at the Manore Road location this afternoon.
 
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