Cromwell Meadows WMA, Cromwell

A beautiful day greeted a quiet group of 2 birders. The leaves were all out, so we had to bird by ear for many of the species.

We heard several Black-throated Green Warblers singing in the trees. None of them came out to se seen. We did get a quick look at a Rose-breasted Grosbeak. Yellow, Blue-winged, and Black and White were the only other warblers to be heard.

The only waterfowl were Mute Swans and Canada Geese. The only raptor was a lone Turkey Vulture.

We had a quiet walk and saw 21 species with 4 warblers.

Respectfully submitted,
Larry Lunden

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