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migrant species diversity seems to be on the rise at Castlewood SP.Still 
resident nesters present like singing white-eye,yellow-throated and red-eye 
vireos,summer tanagers
Birding was typical for fall migration with mixed flocks of sporadic pockets 
of activity.
migrants seen-
chestnut-sided.,wilsons,nashville-2,black-throated 
green-3,n-waterthrush,mourning,
redstart,magnolia,black and white warbler-3
empid species-2
least and yellow-bellied flycatcher-2
great crested flycatch
pewee-6
gnatcatchers-4
rs-hawk-1
coopers hawk
broad-wing hawk
barred owls-3
-Mike Brady

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