Sunday, December 9, 2007

Ash-throated, Barnacle and Lapland

I heard late in the day yesterday that the Ash-throated flycatcher was re-found at the back portion of TNC's Cape Island Preserve. The bird was seen north of Wilson St. on the east tree line across the fields. This in the direction of the Cape Island Creek salt marsh, (see map below), X marks the approximate vicinity.

The Barnacle goose spent a good while on Lake Lily and gave great view as I understand . Also, I received a call yesterday afternoon about a Lapland longspur which was hanging out with a group of Snow buntings at the Cape May Point State Park. Thanks Steve!

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