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In case people wondering what's up in Kennedy Woods, Forest Park...9 - 10 AM

Yellow-rumped Warbler: singing everywhere
Tennessee Warbler: small pockets of them singing, will soon take the place 
of the Yellow-rumps.
Nashville Warbler: a few individuals here and there
Northern Waterthrush: singing! (Don't hear this bird nearly as often as I 
see it, unlike the Louisianna. And he stopped singing as soon as I got 
nearer to it.)
Baltimore Oriole: one individual singing
Wood Thrush: one individual singing
Swainson's Thrush : one individual singing

That's about it for species of interest. Not a whole lot of variety, and not 
a lot of these birds seen, but lots of singing Yellow-rumps to keep one 
company.

Bob Bailey
St. Louis, MO
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