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At Rock Bridge Memorial State Park this morning a hearing-impaired  
birder found 14 species of warblers.  American Redstarts and  
Tennessee's are in good numbers.  Nashvilles, Blackpolls, Kentucky in  
numbers. One each Worm-eating, Ovenbird.  A lingering Yellow-rump, a  
Black-capped Chickadee and a Gray-cheeked Thrush took turns bathing  
in a very small puddle.

Saw nearly as many Gray-cheeeked Thrushes as Swainson's.  No Veerys.  
Wood Thrushes singing.

Red-eyed Vireos are present and vocal (I know that is redundant).

Scarlet Tanagers moving through; Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, also.

Forgot to mention there were 2 Eurasian Collared-Doves at Noren  
Access, Callaway Co. (on the Missouri River at the base of the bridge  
to Jeff City).

Full lists for the day on SPARKS and CACHE

Edge Wade
Columbia, MO
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