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Also saw a yellow billed cuckoo in Gaddy Garden later in the day.

> On May 8, 2016, at 9:42 AM, Mike Grant <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> TGP was very quiet Saturday morning, bird-wise.  The group of 35 or so had
> only 4 species of warblers.  The highlight was seeing a Pewee, a
> Great-crested and an Olive-sided in a partly dead tree at the same time.  We
> also watched the two Red-tailed Hawks that nest close to the bubbler as they
> sat open in the sun and one flew into a tree low and very close to us.  A
> Black and White Warbler was seen in a tree near the bubbler and Baltimore
> Oriole pair was in that area.  Near the stone restrooms we saw the
> Red-headed WP pair coming to their nest hole and also had another Baltimore
> Oriole and a male Rose-breasted Grosbeak
> 
> Another Red-tailed was seen near the Jack Van pond, although it could have
> been one of the two that nest near the bubbler.  This area also gave us
> looks at Tennessee, Yellow-rumped and Redstarts.
> 
> Swainson's and Gray-cheeked Thrushes were seen in the park.
> 
> Mike Grant
> Chesterfield, MO
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