Friday, September 08, 2006

September 8th, 2006


Today was the slowest day in over 2 weeks at Selkirk. Passerines were very scarce in Selkirk. The daily filtration of new birds through the banding area did not take place. The flight of large dragon flies continued to day with often dozens if not 100's visible from one spot.

I found a plant in Selkirk yesterday I had not seen in the park before, a great lobelia.

Banded; LEFL 1, BCCH 1, SWTH 1,AMRO 1, MAWA 1, OVEN 3, AMGO 6 = 14


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