Prairie Warblers are common on Dewees in September and October, with the largest population being recorded by Ed Conradi (35) on October 10, 1993. They do show up in April for spring migration, but by far the most common sightings are in the fall. They are often in “edge” habitats, above the ground but often at eye level. They have a fairly long tail and streaked yellow undersides. On Dewees, check the trees around the Landings building, the trees on the inlet side of Dewees Inlet drive, and the road to the sub tower along the edges.