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Mark Robbins and I walked the 3 mile loop and visited the overlook this 
morning.  It was overcast, 70 degrees, and breezy from the southeast. 
Foliage looked more like April 20 than May 5.  Many birds silent or 
'whisper' singing.  The following birds were noted between 7am and 10am:

2 - Blue-winged Warblers
2 - Golden-winged
8 - Tennessee
2 - Orange-crowned
6 - Nashville
5 - Northern Parula
1 - Chestnut-sided
4 - Black-throated Gree
1 - Blackburnian
3 - Yellow-throated (included a copulating pair)
1 - Cerulean
15 - American Redstart
1 - Northern Waterthrush
4 - Louisiana Waterthrush
10 - Kentucky
2 - Mourning
2 - Common Yellowthroat
3 - Hooded (2 males at overlook, 1 male at beginning of loop)
3 - Wilson's
5 - Yellow-breasted Chat

Other misc.
< 20 - Swainson's Thrush
8 - Scarlet Tanagers
9 - Summer Tanagers
1 - Black-billed Cuckoo
1 - Olive-sided Flycatcher
2 - Pileated Woodpecker

Chris Hobbs
Shawnee, KS
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