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I spent an hour in Mt. Washington Cemetery this morning. I got 9 species of 
warblers, plus a Philedelphia Vireo. Someone with a better ear for the high 
sounds might have gotten more.

Warblers were:

Chestnut-sided
Blackburnian
Yellow-rumped
Blackpoll
Tennesee
Nashville
Orange-crowned
Black-and-White
Worm-eating

Please note that half of the warblers I saw were early ones. They're mving, 
but the big push is yet to come!

Bob Fisher
Independence, Missouri
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