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Greg:  Can you describe where at Farrell Access you saw the Orchard Orioles?  I went by there today at about 3:00 pm and only saw Baltimore Orioles.

Steve Trombulak

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Vermont Birds [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of
>Gregory Askew
>Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2008 12:36 PM
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: [VTBIRD] Orchard Oriole and Brewster's Warbler
>
>Farrell Access:
>1 Male and 1 female ORCHARD ORIOLE
>3 singing WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW
>
>Snake Mountain (trailhead to summit):
>15 species of warbler...
>1 BREWSTER'S WARBLER (Backcross male singing a blue-winged
>song...just a touch of yellow on the breast)
>1 GOLDEN-WINGED or hybrid (heard only)
>1 NASHVILLE
>several YELLOW
>2 CHESTNUT-SIDED
>4 MAGNOLIA
>several BLACK-THROATED BLUE
>6 BLACK-THROATED GREEN
>3 BLACKBURNIAN
>several YELLOW-RUMPED
>1 PINE
>2 BLACK-AND-WHITE
>several AMERICAN REDSTART
>several OVENBIRD
>1 COMMON YELLOWTHROAT
>
>There were lots of other woodland birds present as well.
>
>Greg
>Vergennes
>