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Saturday, May 12, 2007

Northern Waterthrush still hanging around

(Photo: C. Machtans; Environment Canada, Canadian Wildlife Service)
Today I saw a Northern Waterthrush on the Canon City Riverwalk only 20 feet from where I found one 3 days ago, leading me to believe this is likely the same bird. Though migrating warblers tend to stay only a day or two, the winds have not favorable for bringing many more neotropical migrants into the state recently may be keeping this bird around. As is common of this species, it was skulking in the underbrush near water.


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