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Dunlin

This morning at the Bracebridge Ponds we found a Dunlin in cell 2 on the south beach. Three Rusty Blackbirds were along the roadway north of cell 4. Two Orange-crowned Warblers, a Palm Warbler, a few Yellow-rumped Warblers, and several White-crowned, White-throated, Swamp, and Song Sparrows were in the weeds and shrubbery where it was sheltered from the wind north of cell 4. No new Ducks...still a few American Wigeon, Northern Pintail, Northern Shoveler, Lesser Scaup, Bufflehead, Common Goldeneye, Hooded Mergansers, Blue-winged and Green-winged Teal, American Black Duck, as well as many Mallards and Wood Ducks. A Belted Kingfisher flew by, headed for Kerr Park. There were three Eastern Phoebes, an Indigo Bunting, and some American Goldfinches by the Lagoon Lane gate.

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