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I spent about an hour in Mt. Washington Cemetery this morning. There was a 
fair amount of  bird song, some of which I was unable to ID due to poor 
hearing and all of which I was unable to locate due to the fact that I hear 
from only one ear. Someone with  good bilateral hearing would have done much 
better, I'm sure.

I heard and/or saw the following migrants:

Wood Thrush -- 3-4
Swainson's Thrush -- 8-10
Orange-crowned Warbler - 5-6
Tennesee Warbler -- 2-3
Myrtle Warbler -- several females, 1 or 2 singing
Prothonatory Warbler - 1 (The first I have head in MWC)
Nashville Warbler - 1
Parula Warbler - 1
Unidentified warbler song, not any of the above -- 2-3
50-60 Chipping Sparrows (I could not find a Clay-colored)
Yellow-throated Vireo
Warbling Vireo
Red-eyed Vireo
Acadian Flycatcher (a first for MWC for me)
Least Flycatcher
Great Crested Flycatcher
Green Heron -- 3

Bob Fisher
Independence, Missouri
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