Mike Niles and I birded the north end of Watkin's Mill SP....north parking
lot, across the bridge, and up the gravel road to the old school and church
this afternoon. We spotted a male, Black-throated Green Warbler.  We also
had a female Blackburnian, both American Redstarts, Nashville W., Kentucky
W., and N. Parula.  Mike had a Magnolia Warbler there yesterday along with
a male Blackburnian Warbler along with a late Red-breasted Nuthatch.  Just
past the bridge is a sycamore with nesting Red-shouldered Hawks.  Not real
birdy this afternoon but we really loved the Black-throated Green (male)
and the Blackburnian Warbler.

Here is the checklist:

Still some good birding except for the leaves, leaves, leaves...…

Have a great one....

Terry L. Miller
Plattsburg, MO
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