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MoBirders:

Spent the day at home, but took a couple of walks along the creeks.  
HIghlights:

Golden-winged warbler female - watched for a male, but none - I see them 
every year in the same
                                             spot along the creek.  It is 
very viney there.
Chestnut-sided warblers -- several throughout the day - all lime-green 
immatures
Northern parula  - several
Blackburnian male

RT hummingbirds -- many in the patches of jewelweed
least flycatcher - sallying forth from my deck

vireos - red-eyed, white-eyed, yellow-throated

whip-poor-will - still hearing one at dusk when I step outside
yellow-billed cuckoo still here

A row of pokeberries along the back of my yard are attracting catbirds and 
brown thrashers. Today a chestnut-sided warbler ate a berry (a green one, of 
course). The pileated woodpeckers are going crazy after wild grapes.

Judy Bergmann
Rural Silva, Wayne County

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