Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Buff-breasted and Golden-winged Warbler

A Buff-breasted Sandpiper was found at the meadows today by someone who reported it at the hawk-watch platform. Michael O'Brien just refound it on "Gull Island," the island east of the east path out towards the ocean. Doug Gochfeld reports a lot of Pectoral Sandpipers were around today, too.

Michael et. al. also re-found the Golden-winged Warbler this afternoon, which was apparently originally discovered by Mark Garland. The bird was in the first field at Higbee Beach on the right (west) side, but close to the parking lot.

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