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Last Oak Park Bird Walk of Autumn 2014

semi-overcast 38 °F

Today I led four birders on the last Oak Park Bird Walk of fall 2014. It was very successful (albeit frigid: 38 degrees!) and the best bird of the day were a pair of CAROLINA WRENS, which is a rare bird for this time of year in Oak Park. Here are some photos below, enjoy!

HERMIT THRUSH with berries:
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Very obliging CAROLINA WREN that sat not even five feet away from the group:
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Female BLACK-THROATED BLUE WARBLER from last Sunday:
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Good birding,
Henry

Posted by skwclar 07:44 Archived in USA

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