Muskegon Wastewater June 14 Black-bellied plover, dickcissels, Wilson's phalaropes, semip plovers, white-rumped sandpipers, grasshopper sparrows
wengch at gmail.com
Thu Jun 15 14:08:29 EDT 2006
Migrating shorebirds are still coming throught the Muskegon Wastewater.
Yesterday along the north shore of the west lagoon, in the farthest west
areator cell and/or in the E4 infiltration basin there were white-rumped
sandpipers, semipalmated plovers and semip sandpipers and Wilson's
phalaropes. One non-breeding plumaged, black-bellied plover was feeding
along the north shore of the west lagoon. It was skittish but gave some good
looks through the scope before flying off calling once.
Dickcissels were in the C infiltration basin area (shallow grassy cells
along south side of White Road west of the HQ bldg) that are on the
wastewater north of Apple and also in the section south of Apple Ave along
Laketon. Grasshopper sparrows were coming out into the road and singing
from the tops of grass stalks along Laketon west of White Rd.
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