Both yellow-rumped and (many) palm warblers were visible today at 
Allen Brothers Marsh.  This time I was able to get good pictures of 
the palms:

Also spotted was a tree loaded with white-throated sparrows, along 
with a song sparrow and a chipping sparrow.

At least three great blue herons were still present and many of the 
usual suspects (chickadees, an eastern phoebe, wood ducks, etc.) were 
around as well.  No sign of green herons today (saw one yesterday, a 
juvenile in in the distance), and as far as I know, the great egret 
hasn't been spotted for nearly a week.

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