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Last updated: July 19. 2014 10:04PM - 623 Views
By - tvenesky@timesleader.com



A prairie warbler was spotted in the Glen Lyon area last week. Prairie warblers prefer open fields and regenerating forests and migrate to the south for the winter.
A prairie warbler was spotted in the Glen Lyon area last week. Prairie warblers prefer open fields and regenerating forests and migrate to the south for the winter.
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Highlights of recent sightings conducted throughout northeastern Pennsylvania by area birders. For a complete list along with area hot spots, visit the Greater Wyoming Valley Audubon Society website at: www.grwyovalas.org.


July 16


Glen Lyon (Luzerne County)


Yellow-breasted chats (at the reclaimed strip mines in Wanamie, the same area that hosted dickcissels in 2004; complete list for this sight can be found at http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S19116143)


Other highlights from site:


Orchard oriole


Purple finch


Blue-gray gnatcatcher


Prairie warbler


Grasshopper sparrow


Scarlet tanager


July 17


New Era (Bradford County)


Red-shouldered hawk (juvenile)


Updates


Ebird reports from out-of-the-area birders:


June and July


Ricketts Glen State Park


Black tern


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