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A walk through the woods is curative, no doubt, and the birds are an extra.
I've come to really appreciate the home "team", although those migrants are
surely seductive.  Forest Park is truly a gem..

Jane Allen
 St. Louis Co
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On Sat, May 21, 2011 at 7:24 PM, R Bailey <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>  I took an hour walk through Kennedy Woods, Forest Park, this morning and
> noted the following birds and/or their songs.
> The experience was like walking through almost any forested area in
> Missouri, absent of most Missouri warblers. Nonetheless, Forest Park is
> truly a forested gem in the middle of a major metropolitan area.
>
> *Migrants still passing through:*
> Wilson's Warbler
> Chestnut-sided Warbler
> Olive-sided Flycatcher (juvenile)
>
> *Possible summer residents:*
> Common Yellowthroat
> White-eyed Vireo
> Red-eyed Vireo
> Acadian flycatcher
> Eastern Wood Pewee
> Northern Oriole
> Summer Tanager
> Indigo Bunting
> American Goldfinch
> House Wren
>
> Bob Bailey
> St. Louis, MO
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