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I went out to Busch Wildlife Managment Area this
morning despite oncoming rain.  The rain let up every
now and then to get some birding in.  I was hoping to
find some Henslow's Sparrows out there; but I had no
such luck today.  There where a lot of Tennessee
Warblers singing this morning.  The rain detured me
from doing too much more than birding by ear.  Some
highlights of this mornings chorus is as follows:

Field Sparrow
Savannah Sparrow-2 (saw only)
Song Sparrow
Indigo Bunting
Yellow Warbler-2
Tennessee Warbler-35
Yellow-breasted Chat-4
Kentucky Warbler-3
Common Yellowthroat
Blue-winged Warbler-1
Summer Tanager-4
Blue-headed Vireo-1
Least Flycatcher-2

Later,
Brian Bielfelt
Grand Island, FL

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