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Prairie warbler back in overgrown field on my place.  I was 99% sure I heard 
him yesterday but he
       wasn't calling often enough for me to locate him.  This afternoon he 
was singing constantly
       and gave me great looks from a young sycamore which is next to a 
large cedar.

Kentucky warblers - I am hearing them (past two days) but no looks yet.  I 
hear two on different
        timbered slopes on this Ozarks acreage.

Yellowthroats are back, at least two males, different territories.

Have seen no flycatchers yet in SE Ozarks except phoebes (five eggs in nest 
on back porch light).

Blue-winged warblers and white-eyed vireos have returned full force it 
seems.

Judy Bergmann
Silva, Wayne County

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