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Thrashing around Tinmouth Channel WMA this
morning produced 51 species including 14 species
of warbler. Highlights were a good look at a
Canada warbler and magnolia warbler as well as a
Louisiana warbler sitting in a tree singing.

2 Canada Goose  
1 Mallard  
2 Ruffed Grouse  
3 Mourning Dove  
1 Black-billed Cuckoo  
1 Ruby-throated Hummingbird  
5 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker  
2 Northern Flicker  
1 Alder Flycatcher  
2 Least Flycatcher  
1 Eastern Phoebe  
2 Great Crested Flycatcher  
4 Blue-headed Vireo  
3 Red-eyed Vireo  
4 Blue Jay  
2 American Crow  
1 Common Raven  
2 Tree Swallow  
1 Barn Swallow  
1 Black-capped Chickadee  
1 Tufted Titmouse  
1 Red-breasted Nuthatch  
7 Brown Creeper  
2 Winter Wren  
1 Marsh Wren  
4 Veery  
3 Hermit Thrush  
5 American Robin  
3 Yellow Warbler  
2 Chestnut-sided Warbler  
3 Magnolia Warbler  
1 Black-throated Blue Warbler  
3 Yellow-rumped Warbler  
1 Black-throated Green Warbler  
2 Blackburnian Warbler  
1 Pine Warbler  
2 American Redstart  
15 Ovenbird  
3 Northern Waterthrush  
1 Louisiana Waterthrush  
6 Common Yellowthroat  
2 Canada Warbler  
3 Scarlet Tanager   
5 Song Sparrow  
2 Swamp Sparrow  
7 White-throated Sparrow  
1 Rose-breasted Grosbeak  
2 Indigo Bunting  
2 Red-winged Blackbird  
4 Baltimore Oriole  
6 American Goldfinch 

Sue and Marv Elliott, Tracey Busony