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The winged warblers were both male both sang correct songs and had the customary plumages. The odd thing was a brief whip-poor-will call.

Sue Wetmore
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Subject: eBird Report - Brandon Pearl St , 5/25/08
Date: Sun, 25 May 2008 13:17:19 +0000
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> Location:     Brandon Pearl St
> Observation date:     5/25/08
> Number of species:     57
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> Wood Duck     1
> Mallard     2
> Great Blue Heron     1
> Green Heron     1
> Virginia Rail     1
> Wilson's Snipe     1
> Mourning Dove     3
> Whip-poor-will     1
> Belted Kingfisher     2
> Yellow-bellied Sapsucker     7
> Downy Woodpecker     2
> Northern Flicker     2
> Pileated Woodpecker     1
> Eastern Wood-Pewee     1
> Alder Flycatcher     1
> Least Flycatcher     1
> Eastern Phoebe     4
> Great Crested Flycatcher     3
> Eastern Kingbird     2
> Yellow-throated Vireo     2
> Warbling Vireo     7
> Red-eyed Vireo     8
> Blue Jay     10
> American Crow     5
> Tree Swallow     3
> Black-capped Chickadee     6
> Tufted Titmouse     2
> House Wren     7
> Veery     4
> Wood Thrush     2
> American Robin     9
> Gray Catbird     5
> European Starling     10
> Blue-winged Warbler     1
> Golden-winged Warbler     1
> Yellow Warbler     3
> Chestnut-sided Warbler     1
> Black-and-white Warbler     1
> American Redstart     2
> Ovenbird     3
> Northern Waterthrush     4
> Common Yellowthroat     13
> Canada Warbler     2
> Chipping Sparrow     2
> Field Sparrow     1
> Song Sparrow     4
> Swamp Sparrow     2
> White-throated Sparrow     1
> Northern Cardinal     2
> Rose-breasted Grosbeak     1
> Bobolink     1
> Common Grackle     1
> Brown-headed Cowbird     3
> Baltimore Oriole     5
> House Finch     2
> American Goldfinch     4
> House Sparrow     4
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> This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org/vt)