Shawn, I saw your Blue-winged after you left, plus all the birds listed before or after.  Add 1 or 2 Brown Thrashers.  Rose Ann saw a Mourning Warbler in the "elephant ears" behind the Bubbler; and a female Downy Woodpecker joined the Black and White crowd.  An Eastern Wood Peewee was heard, so it was probably one of the flycatchers on the Olive-sided tree, and I saw an unidentified Empid catch a sizable moth.
 
Jackie Chain
St Louis County

--- On Tue, 9/16/08, Shawn Clubb <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
From: Shawn Clubb <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Tower Grove Park 9-16-08/11 a.m. to noon
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Date: Tuesday, September 16, 2008, 2:43 PM

Tower Grove Park, city of St. Louis:
Various shades of Am Redstart (multiple)
Black and White Warbler (multiple)
Chestnut-sided warbler (multiple)
Wilson's Warbler
Golden-winged wabrler
blue-winged warbler
Kentucky warbler
Nashville warbler
magnolia warbler
Overbird (multiple)
Empid Flycatcher (2)
Gray Catbird
Swainson's Thrush
Red-eyed Vireo

Shawn Clubb
Collinsville, Madison Co., Ill.
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