As we were leaving about 6 pm last night, 2 Black Throated Green Warblers were bathing at the bubbler.  We then saw a female Connecticut Warbler follow their lead!  Another new yard and bubbler bird for us...#121/ #70, respectively.  I checked Robins and Easterla, p. 302.
  "Most records are for the first three weeks of Sept, but there are at least three records for the first half of Oct.  It is perhaps more widespread during this season than in the spring.  This warblers is largely overlooked in the fall because it is not vocal and few observers work its habitat in late Aug or early Sept, when most should pass though the state....Latest dates: 1, 13 Oct 1983, Marais Temps Clair; 1, 9 Oct 1938, St. Charles Co."
  Any comments?

  Thanks!
  Margy Terpstra
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