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Went to a nearby park to try for a rare Lesser Goldfinch spotted this morning. No luck finding him in the afternoon but I did see my first Virginia Rail as a consolation.

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1 hour ago, Seanbirds said:

My nat geo guide says they are common in west and uncommon in east, especially scare northeast U.S.

 

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Just now, Seanbirds said:

Ohh. I thought they were common everywhere! 

Well they’re common year round hear. So jealous of the East’s warbler abundance. Even here during migration, there isn’t many. We only have around 10( 11 including chats), year round! That’s not including the vagrants. Back east, there’s like 35!

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1 hour ago, Seanbirds said:

Orange-crowned is a lifer??? :classic_blink:

 

26 minutes ago, IKLland said:

My nat geo guide says they are common in west and uncommon in east, especially scare northeast U.S.

 

 

Yeah, they’re super tough to find in the fall. Even harder in the spring, when everything is zooming through that doesn’t stick around. I hadn’t even considered it as a possibility for this spring!

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