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Lots of migrants the last few days at our home near Easley (Columbia):

Warblers: Golden-winged, Nashville, Tennessee (singing a rather ragged song), Parulas (resident),
American redstart, Chesnut-sided, Black-throated green

Empids: finally some call notes - alder (peep) today; earlier in the week the "whit" of a willow;
smaller empids with distinct eye-rings did not open their beaks except to catch insects.

Best bird: killer looks at close range of a Philadelphia vireo this am.

Also the usual: both tanagers, yellow-billed cuckoo, great crested flycatcher, pee-wee, hairy, downy,
red-headed and red-bellied woodpeckers, numerous (chasing everything) red-eyed vireos, flocks of
cedar waxwings and the normal lineup of feeder birds.

Carl Gerhardt, Columbia





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H. Carl Gerhardt
215 Tucker Hall
Division of Biological Sciences
University of Missouri, Columbia
Columbia, MO 65211
573-882-7219 phone; 573-882-0123 fax
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