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Bo Koster, Mark (sorry, I don't remember his last name!), and I had the following this morning at Lost Valley:

Yellow Throated Warbler (at least 4 or 5)
Blue Wing Warbler (at least 6)
L. Waterthrush
Parula (maybe a dozen)
B&W Warbler
Ovenbird (several on the slopes past the beaver ponds)
Common yellowthroat
Warbling Vireo
White-eyed vireo
Yellow-Throated Vireo
Many gnatcatchers, ruby-crown kinglets, and the usual suspects.

At the Blue Grosbeak trail, a HARRIS SPARROW was found just past the first fork in the trail, taking the left fork. It was hanging out with a large flock of white-crowned sparrows.

No Ceruleans were heard at Lost Valley, but it's still a bit early.

Rad Widmer

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