There were lots of birds in TGP today. Highlights included an adult male Golden-winged, Wilson's, and Bay-breasted Warblers, Philadelphia Vireo and Yellow-bellied Flycatcher. Another observer reported a Cape May warbler. I also saw what I believe was a Plumbeous Vireo in the Gaddy Garden. It was a vireo with wing bars and spectacles, but it was a light medium gray on the back and wings without any contrast between the head and body. The underparts were white with just a hint of light yellow on flanks near the vent. I only had the bird in sight for a few seconds and could not get any pictures. I would appreciate hearing if anyone refinds the bird.
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