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Hello Missouri birders,

At Weston Bend State Park on Monday morning 9/4 I found a female Black-
throated Blue Warbler at the 0.5 marker on the paved trail.  A female 
Blackburnian Warbler and a small flock of 4 Chestnut-sided Warblers were 
the other warbler highlights.

I spent the morning walking the trail back and forth between the 0.5 and 
the yellow bench just past the 0.75 marker.  Activity would occur in 
pockets of mixed feeding flocks.  There was a great deal of pedestrian 
activity on this beautiful holiday morning which may have moved the flocks 
away from the trail.

Lots of Red-eyed Vireos were present, 10 - 12.  I heard Yellow-throated 
Vireo singing.  Also present - 1 Wood Thrush, 1 Summer Tanager, Yellow-
billed Cuckoo, and the other typical species.

Dave Williams
Leavenworth County, KS

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