On the Lake Trail a Mourning Warbler was seen at 13:05 at the pipeline
Today we had 14 Warblers overall
Wilson-2 males & Hooded-Ripple Rock Trail
The best way to find the Warblers is to look for American Beech trees.
Wooly Ageldids, a white insect is the covering the branches. The branches
look white. These can be found along the trails. The Warblers are usually
hovering, eating the insects. The Black-throated Blue, Tennessee, & Cape
May especially like these insects
Bruce Simpson-Naturalist at Blendon Woods Metro Park
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