On further review of my photos, I think Jean Cook was right.  I think this bird is a Connecticut Warbler. However, other opinions are more than welcome.   It had the yellowish underparts, bluish-gray hood/head and a complete eyering.   Here are the three best photos I was able to get:

https://www.flickr.com/photos/wildreturn/albums/72157666278042854

Andy Reago

St. Louis MO

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On further review the bird did not appear to be a Connecticut.  It had a very strong eye ring for a female Mourning. Could it be a McGilvery's?  Andrew apparently got some pictures, but additional opinions would be valuable. 
David Becher 
St. Louis 



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Currently east of new bubbler. Thanks to Jean Cook for info.

David Becher 
St. Louis 


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