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Well, there it was, just like it's supposed to be.  But it took 3 trips to have it show up.  Possibly it was the park personnel mowing and cleaning the restrooms that made the difference this time!

Male Swainson's Warbler heard and seen west of the outhouse at the Greer Spring boat ramp.  The area the bird was in is NOT cane, but a cedar brake with other deciduous trees mixed in.  There is cane to the north along the edge of the parking lot but the bird was not in there.

Other interesting sightings included:   

Black Vulture (soaring over with Turkey Vultures)
Worm-eating Warbler (responded to screech-owl whistle)
Broad-winged Hawk (flying over highway)
And other warblers, vireos, etc


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