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I guess I need to attend one of these fall warbler ID workshops. That's what
the Peterson's warbler book says about fall orange-crowned warblers: "It is
possible that most if not all the early Fall (August, early September)
reports of Orange-crowneds from the eastern US and se Canada actually
pertain to Tennessees." Oops:( Next time I will need to concentrate not on
the "rare" warblers, but on separating extremely similar first year
Tennessees and Orange-crowns. Something to look forward to this fall. The
main differences are in the more greenish back and yellow undertail coverts
in Tennessee.

I posted some of the pictures that I took yesterday. Some turned out pretty
well: I started a new gallery for the fall of '07:
http://picasaweb.google.com/Pkondrash/MissouriFall2007
Enjoy,
Peter

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Peter Kondrashov
Kirksville, MO

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