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I have to agree about the silent flycatchers and warblers.  The only Empids 
I've heard this year are the resident Acadians, otherwise all have been 
silent (and thus for me, have remainded unidentified).
Warblers, too... not very talkative.
(I thought my hearing was going, but I can still hear the Black & Whites)

Linda Frederick,
Rolla, MO


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From: "Kathleen Anderson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2008 8:31 PM
Subject: silent Empids??


> Is it just me or are the little flycatchers being unusually quiet this 
> year?  I
> have heard Least Flycatcher a few times, but it only called a few times. 
> Any
> other little flycatcher that I have seen has not called at all.
>
> Warblers seem to be pretty quiet also.  The Tennessee's were calling on
> Saturday, but other than that, I have heard very little from the warblers.
>
> Kathleen Anderson, Columbia
>
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