Camel’s Hump Forest Walk

Posted on Thursday 27 May 2021

Pat Folsom captured this photograph of a Chestnut Sided Warbler during the walk.

Seven Mad Birders met at Camel’s Hump National Forest on Saturday, May 22. Led by Ali Wagner, the group saw and or heard 45 species over the course of the morning. The highlight was a Mourning Warbler that the birders finally saw after scanning good habitat for half an hour. More photogenic birds included Chestnut-sided Warbler, (pictured above) Black-throated Blue Warbler, and Eastern Wood-Peewee.

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