At Red Rocks Park in South Burlington this morning I saw the following:
2 Palm Warblers - 1 of our regular, bright yellow “eastern” type, and the other a dull western type. The latter had a gray throat with only a very pale wash of yellow, whitish breast and belly, bright yellow confined exclusively to the undertail coverts.
1 American Redstart
6-7 Yellow-rumped Warblers
4 Pine Warblers
1 Blue-headed Vireo
1 Wood Thrush
1 Cooper’s Hawk - A territorial adult, flying from tree to tree and calling frequently in the area of woods to the right of the main entrance as you walk in. Very conspicuous. This is just uphill from the site where Cooper’s Hawks nested last year. Suspicious!
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