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Miller Meadows 7-25

overcast 70 °F

Today I birded a nearby forest preserve called Miller Meadows with my good friend Jill Anderson. There were a number of bird species present, but nothing rare. A few photos are below, enjoy.

SAVANNAH SPARROW. I suspect they nested here this year.

EASTERN MEADOWLARK is one of the more common birds at this preserve:

WILLOW FLYCATCHER, there were a number of these here today:

EASTERN KINGBIRDS, such as this one, were also present in fair numbers:

Thank you to Jill Anderson for driving me there and birding with me.

Good birding,

World Life List: 676 Species (no life birds today)

Posted by skwclar 08:37 Archived in USA

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