Yellow-breasted Chat, White-eyed Vireo in Morris Township, May 30, 2013

This morning, a Yellow-breasted Chat was on the west side of the meadow in the Washington Valley Rd. section of Patriot’s Path in Morris Township. This is the second Yellow-breasted Chat reported in Morris County in the past few weeks. A White-eyed Vireo was observed at the Whitehead Rd. section of Patriot’s Path, a location in which this species spent the spring and early summer of 2011. Other typical species in the area are Blue-winged and Yellow Warblers, American Redstart, Common Yellowthroat, Veery, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, Cedar Waxwings, Willow Flycatcher, Field Sparrow, etc.

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3 Responses to Yellow-breasted Chat, White-eyed Vireo in Morris Township, May 30, 2013

  1. Mike Hiotis says:

    Hey Jonathan – On a tip from G. Eschen… I saw and heard a Yellow-breasted Chat on Pl. Plns. Rd.
    today.It was at the 2nd speed bump driving in. It was on the right side of the road close to the large tree with many saplings around it.I called Chat,Chat,Chat and it popped up out of the weeds to a small shrub at the periphery….Mike Hiotis

  2. This is the third Yellow-breasted Chat in Morris County in the past two weeks.

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