Today September 28th 2012, Barbara Carlson and I birder the Tonopah and Dyer areas. This morning I got a few brief looks at a MAGNOLIA WARBLER at Highland Park in Tonopah. Unfortunately it did not cooperate and hang around for very long.
At Miller's Rest Stop, we found an immature WHITE-THROATED SPARROW and an immature SWAMP SPARROW.
The only real semi-highlight from Dyer was a ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK at the Leidy Creek crossing area.
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