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Interestingly, a Prairie Warbler overwintered in KS last year, so they must 
be somewhat hardy.

Chris Hobbs
Shawnee, KS
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bill Eddleman" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, November 11, 2006 2:51 PM
Subject: Re: A Late Prairie Warbler?


> The latest dates for Missouri are 20 September and 23 September, according 
> to Robbins and Easterla. This would be extraordinarily late, and should be 
> documented. I hope you were (or are) able to get photographs.
>
> ----Bill Eddleman, Cape Girardeau
>
>
> At 01:58 PM 11/11/2006 -0600, =?utf-8?Q?Jenny_Gunn?= wrote:
>>I began my Backyard Birdwatch this morning and was counting the Amer.
>>Goldfinches when I found a Prairie Warbler feeding on the ground.  The
>>warbler stayed around most of the morning feeding on the ground and off
>>the feeder.  I called my good friend Bob Lewis in Farmington and he looked
>>up the expected dates for this bird and Sept. seemed the latest month.
>>Has anyone else seen this bird lately?  (I'm new to this and it took me
>>three hours to get registered successfully and I still don't understand
>>cookies) Jenny Gunn  Bonne Terre, MO

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