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Connecticut - male seen just behind the Trail House.  I was about 25'
down the Wildflower Trail when the bird flushed from the side of the
trail and landed about 5 ft. up in an oak.  It posed (rear and front) for
about 20 seconds and then flew across the trail and perched for
another 10 seconds before dropping into the ground cover.  Seen
at 10:00.

Canada - male seen on the Wolf Run trail at the deer exclusion gate.
The bird was actively feeding in the woodland edge above the deer
fence about 20 ft. west of the deer gate.  Seen at 11:15.

Today's warblers:

Common Yellowthroat
Tennessee
Cape May
Nashville
Redstart
Magnolia
Black and White
Chestnut-sided
Wilson's (Wildflower Garden)
Paula
La. Waterthrush
Blue-winged
Ovenbird
Yellow-breasted Chat
Kentucky
Golden-winged
Prairie
Connecticut
Yellow-throated
Prothonotary
Bay-breasted (Overlook Trail)
Blackburnian (Overlook Trail)
Pine
Canada

Wally George
Cedar Hill, Mo.

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