Yellow-Rumped Warbler would not be out of the question this time of year. They winter near the coast and just south of the Region, so they are often the 1st warbler back.
> Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 07:47:24 -0400
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> Subject: [VTBIRD] March warbler??
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> Early yesterday morning, I was watching ducks in the mist at Converse
> Bay when a small bird flew in front of me. I registered brownish
> stripes and a flash of yellow, so my mind immediately thought Pine
> Siskin - since I've been seeing scores of them at my feeders for
> weeks. But there was something that didn't feel right about that ID.
> The bird was flitting around in trees making constant little chips. I
> followed it for several minutes but never got a really good look -
> just brief views from beneath or the side. But I really think it was
> a Yellow-Rumped Warbler.
> Maeve Kim
> Jericho Center
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