Lost Valley Trail: 2, possibly 3 Cerulean warblers in the first 50 yards of the trail.  A feeding frenzy on some sort of hatch at the spillway from Lake 33: 3 empid (sps),1 least flycatcher,1 marsh wren,2-red-eyed v,5 yellow-rumps,3 blackpoll,4 redstart,3c. yellowthroat, 4 yellow warbler, 4 Tenn. warbler,1 Nashville,1 n.parula, 8 barn swallows, all in about 10 minutes.  At home had 2 great horned owls on the electrical tower talking to each other about 10pm.  I'm guessing it was an adult and a first year.
5/20  In addition to earlier posts, I had an Olive-sided Flycatcher on the north side of the bird garden.
torrey berger
St. Louis

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