Sunday, September 25, 2016

Wray to Holyoke

September 9,  2016

Richard Stevens:

Terry Michaels and I returned to the Wray Fishing Unit (Yuma) shortly after sunrise this morning.  The best bird was a Pine Warbler in the evergreens along the entrance road.

A Red-eyed Vireo, Eastern Bluebird and Northern Mockingbird were in the same windbreak.

Then we continued North to Holyoke.  Anemometer readings were 23 mph with gusts to 41 mph.  It was fortunate that any birds were discovered.

Eventually we found a Pine Warbler and Tennessee Warbler at the Holyoke Cemetery.  A Philadelphia Vireo was found in town at the east end of Akron Street.

We drove over to Frenchman Creek Wildlife Area; however, few birds were moving around in the high winds.

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