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Blackburnian Warbler, Ottawa Hills, June 10

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Topic: Blackburnian Warbler, Ottawa Hills, June 10
Posted By: MattKemp
Subject: Blackburnian Warbler, Ottawa Hills, June 10
Date Posted: 11 Jun 2018 at 2:41am
There was a singing male Blackburnian Warbler this morning (6/10) at Evergreen and Sulphur Spring in Ottawa Hills.  This is a heavily wooded residential area with a fair number of mature spruces -- actually a rough approximation of this bird's preferred breeding habitat.  Or perhaps it was attracted by the highly rated Ottawa Hills school system. 
 
Yellow-throated Warblers seem less prevalent along the Ten Mile Creek corridor  this year than they have the past couple years, but there was one singing at Edgevale and Canterbury this morning. 
 
Matt Kemp  



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Posted By: Brandoni13
Date Posted: 11 Jun 2018 at 5:41pm
I think it’s the school system.



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