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This morning Joe Eades told me that he had just seen a female Spotted 
Towhee in the Bird Garden in Tower Grove Park, St. Louis City. He also 
mentioned Canada and other warblers.
After Joe left, I saw the towhee with another towhee. They were near the 
bottom of the 'green plum' tree, the largeish tree with a lot of dense 
undergrowth at the east end of the bird garden and just south of the path. I 
would have said that they were a female and a male but I did not get a good 
luck at the second bird.
There were several empids and lots of Swainson's Thrushes in the bird garden.

Yesterday evening, there was a male Mourning Warbler in the bird garden. I 
got a couple of excellent looks at it after everyone else departed and things 
quietened down.

Mick Richardson
Kirkwood, St Louis Co.

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