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Cut short today by steady rain that started today around 2:30.  Finished with 79 species with 21 warbler species.  15 Ovenbirds, 2, Louisiana Waterthrush, 1 Golden-winged, 2 Blue-winged, 15 Black & White, 29 Tennessee, 4 Nashville, 8 Kentucky, 2 Common Yellowthroat, 14 Hooded, 8 American Redstart, 12 Cerulean, 17 Northern Parula, 1 Magnolia, 1 Yellow, 7 Blackpoll, 4 Pine, 15 Yellow-rumped, 8 Yellow-throated, 1 Prairie, and 3 Black-throated Green.

First of the year sightings for Magnolia, Yellow, and Golden-winged.  Did not see the Blackburnian or the Worm-eating Warblers.  I suppose the Worm-eating warblers are nesting.  The Magnolia and Yellow were in the brush between campground 3 and cabin 26.  The Golden-winged was on Sugar Camp Drive, FR2275.

Jerry Williams,
Republic, Greene County, MO
    

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