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September 2004

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Nice flurry of activity this morning on Ward Hill!  Nine species of warbler were seen, including two new ones for the season.  Also, several Red-eyed Vireos, a Blue-headed Vireo and a Scarlet Tanager. The warblers seen were:  (1)  Tennessee,  (2)  Magnolia,  (4)  Black-throated Green,  (4)  Blackburnian,  (1)  Blackpoll,  (1)  Chestnut-sided,  (3)  Black-and-white,  (4)  Common Yellowthroat,  (1)  Wilson's.

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