Checklist S51035483

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Owner Jason Parrish

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  • 2
  • 2.2 mi
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Observations

  1. Number observed: 1
  2. Number observed: 1
  3. Number observed: 1
  4. Number observed: 1
  5. Number observed: 1
  6. Number observed: 1
  7. Number observed: 2
  8. Number observed: 2
  9. Number observed: 2
  10. Number observed: 1
  11. Number observed: 1
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  16. Number observed: 2
  17. Number observed: 2
  18. Number observed: 4
  19. Number observed: 3
  20. Number observed: 3
  21. Number observed: 1
  22. Number observed: 6
  23. Number observed: 1
  24. Number observed: 1
  25. Number observed: 3
  26. Number observed: 1
    Age & Sex:
    Juvenile Immature Adult Age Unknown
    Male 1
    Female
    Sex Unknown
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  27. Number observed: 2

    Details: At least two individuals seen well, with distinctive thick black terminal band on tail, white base of tail, white undertail coverts and vent, and bright yellow throat, breast, and flanks, with some amount of black streaking on each individual, clearly differentiating from all other eastern warbler species (only American Redstart would have a similar end of the tail, but would have yellow to red base of tail, and at most, some yellow on the flanks and breast). At least two individuals were also distinctive from each other, with one likely an adult male (bolder black streaking on the flanks and breast, and still a bit of black on the gray face), and the other a drabber individual (fainter streaking on breast and flanks, no black on face).

  28. Number observed: 8

    Details: Easily the most abundant warbler we observed on this day. Felt like dozens, as they were all around us throughout the loop, but 8 is a very conservative estimate of the individuals clearly identifiable as Bay-breasted Warblers (primarily on the basis of having some amount of rosy/chestnut wash on the flanks, plus at least 1 individual approaching male breeding plumage, with reddish color extending to throat and darker gray/black face), but distant enough that they were extremely unlikely to be the same 3-4 individuals following us for 2 miles. Most of the 7 counted "warbler sp." were individuals not clearly separable from Blackpoll or Pine Warblers (from the views we had).

  29. Number observed: 3
  30. warbler sp. (Parulidae sp.)

    Number observed: 7

    Details: Most may have been Bay-breasted Warblers, but were individuals not clearly separable from Blackpoll or Pine Warblers (from the views we had). At least one individual we thought was probably Pine Warbler, but neither of us had a sufficient view to be confident, nor were we able to confidently identify any Blackpoll Warblers on this day.

  31. Number observed: 1
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