Big Day morning at Kennedy Woods 

Again, Kennedy Woods was full of continuous singing from warblers, especially from the Tennessees. About all species reported here were observed in the first hour, after that, it was pretty much repeats. TGP was of little use.
 
Warblers, vireos, flycatchers, thrushes, and a few miscellaneous observed at Kennedy Woods, Saturday, May 10. This in an incomplete list.
Warblers:
  1. Chestnut-sided
  2. Blue-winged
  3. Golden-winged
  4. Yellow
  5. Ovenbird
  6. Kentucky
  7. Hooded
  8. Magnolia
  9. Tennessee
  10. Common Yellowthroat
  11. Nashville
  12. N. Parula
  13. Black-throated Green
  14. Palm
  15. Bay-breasted
  16. Blackpoll
  17. Black-and-white
  18. American Restart
  19. Yellow-rumped

Vireos:
  1. Red-eyed
  2. Blue-headed
  3. Yellow-throated
  4. Warbling

Flycatchers:
  1. Eastern Wood Pewee
  2. Least
  3. Great Crested
  4. Acadian
  5. Eastern Kingbird

Thrushes:
  1. Gray-cheeked
  2. Swainson's
  3. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
  4. Baltimore Oriole
  5. Indigo Bunting

Miscellaneous:
  1. Scarlet
  2. Yellow-billed Cuckoo
  3. Rose-breasted Grosbeak
  4. Baltimore Oreo



Bob Bailey 
St. Louis, MO 





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