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Owner Ted Gilliland

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  • 3.5 mi

Observations

  1. Number observed: 3
  2. Number observed: 1
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  7. Number observed: 10
  8. Number observed: 1
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  11. Number observed: 2
  12. Number observed: 1
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  19. Number observed: 2
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  23. Number observed: 10
  24. Number observed: 2
  25. crow sp.

    Number observed: 2
  26. Number observed: 15
  27. Number observed: 1
  28. Number observed: 20
  29. Number observed: 1
  30. Number observed: 4
  31. Number observed: 2
  32. Number observed: 1
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  35. Number observed: 2
  36. Number observed: 1
  37. Number observed: 2
  38. Number observed: 5
  39. Number observed: 10
  40. Number observed: 20
  41. Number observed: 2
  42. Number observed: 5
  43. Number observed: 1
  44. Number observed: 8
  45. Number observed: 10
  46. Number observed: 1
  47. Number observed: 8
  48. Number observed: 5
  49. Number observed: 8
  50. Number observed: 15
  51. Number observed: 20
  52. Number observed: 4
  53. Number observed: 1
  54. Number observed: 2
  55. Number observed: 1
  56. Number observed: 5
  57. Number observed: 3
  58. Number observed: 15
  59. Number observed: 1

    Comments: Male bird singing. Photos and audio. Beautiful bird. Sara Griesemer and I watched the bird singing and foraging in the understory from about 8:50am to 10:45am. It was halfway between the railroad tracks and the bridge on Station Road. If traveling west from the railroad tracks, it was on the right hand side in the stand of White Pines. I then left the area. Originally I suggested there were likely two individuals in the rail trail vicinity because at 12:30 I located a male Hooded singing at a second location about ¾ of a mile away (on the Ken Cuddeback trail east of the railroad tracks). Based on timing and location, I figured this likely represented another individual. However, a later post by Larry Therrien noted that he arrived at the first location at around 11:40 and heard the Hooded singing. A street sweeper came by and after that the bird was not heard anymore, and Larry was not able to relocate the bird, including with directions from Sara who had returned to the area. This suggests the bird probably vacated the first location making it more likely that the bird I found at the second location was the same individual. As a result, I’ve revised my number down to one Hooded.

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  60. Number observed: 6
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  65. Number observed: 12
  66. Number observed: 2
  67. Number observed: 1
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  69. Number observed: 30
  70. Number observed: 1
  71. Number observed: 3
  72. Number observed: 1
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  74. Number observed: 4
  75. Number observed: 10
  76. Number observed: 5
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