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Status: Needs Review

Grindstone Neck, Winter Harbor, Maine

1901
July 22–29
(2)

Clivicola riparia [July] 23, 25 perched on telgraph wires and flying about
Ampelis cedrorum [July] 23, 5; [July] 23, 10; [July] 24, 8; [July] 26, 1; [July] 27, 8; [July] 28, 3
Vireo olivaceus [July] 23, 2; [July] 24, 1 [full song]; [July] 26, 2 [full song]; [July] 27, 1 im. [immature]
Vireo solitarius [July] 26, 1
Mniotilta varia [July] 26, 1; [July] 28, 1
Dendroica coronata [July] 24 ad. [adult] feeding young; [July] 28 ad. [adult] feeding young
Dendroica maculosa [July] 23, 1 [full song]; [July] 27, ♀ [female] carrying food
Dendroica pensylvanica [July] 26, 1 im. [immature]
Dendroica virens [July] 23, 1; [July] 26, 2 [full song]; [July] 27, 5
Geothlypis trichas [July] 23, ♂ [male] ♀ [female] [full song]; [July] 24, ♂ [male] ♀ [female]; [July] 25, 1; [July] 26, 10 [weak song]; [July] 27, 10 9 heard the full song but once or twice. It was generally broken.
Setophaga ruticilla [July] 24, ♂ [male] ♀ [female]; [July] 25, 2; [July] 26, 6; [July] 27, 5; [July] 28, 2
Sitta canadensis [July] 26, 2 seen in woods towards the point
Parus atricapillus [July] 26, 4 [in flock] seen & hd. [heard]
Hylocichla u. swainsonii [Hylocichla ustulata swainsonii] [July] 22, 1 [full song]
Hylocichla a. pallasii [Hylocichla aonalaschkae pallasii] [July] 22, 1 [full song]; [July] 23, 1 [full song] 1 seen; [July] 23, 1 [full song]; [July] 24, 3 [full song] 1 seen whining; [July] 25, 3 [full song]; [July] 26, 1 [full song] 6 seen; [July] 26, 1 [full song]; [July] 27, 1 [full song]; [July] 27, 1 [full song]; [July] 28, 2 [full song]; [July] 29, 2 [full song]
Merula migratoria [July] 22, 3; [July] 23, 10 [full song]; [July] 24, 6 [full song]; [July] 25, 3; [July] 26, 10; [July] 26, 5; [July] 27, 15; [July] 27, 6; [July] 28, 5; [July] 29, 5 {nest. ♂ [male] ♀ [female] in birch or lawn by the house}
{Total 32 sps. [species] on the Neck
5 additional sps. [species] off the Neck } = 37

[box with -x-] There was one Alder Flycatcher located in the thicket behind Mrs. Duff's
place. This I heard in full song on the 23rd 5:30 A.M. 24th 25th 26th 27th
& 28th & 30th. In the middle of the morning of the 23d I heard and saw one
flying about behind the house uttering his pip note while feeding, and
at the same time I heard the one singing in the above thicket.
See Journal for the birds songs on the 26th & 28th.

I am happy to state that not a single [English Sparrow
absent from
the Neck]
English Sparrow has as yet encroached on the
Neck. On one of my drives through Winter Harbor
on the 26th I though I saw a single bird on a
telegraph wire but of this I was uncertain. Nowhwere
else on the Neck of Grindstone in the vicinity did I see a bird.

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Diane Rielinger

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