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5/24 Birding the road between Searsburg and Somerset Reservoir produced 
many warblers and a Yellow-bellied Flycatcher. On the summit of Mt. Snow, 
5/26, there was a Swainson's Thrush and two Bicknell's calling. I was able to 
observe both Bicknell's for several minutes as they skittered about in the  
underbrush with one finally coming up on a log about five feet away. Several 
Blackpolls, Myrtles, two Magnolia Warblers, one Ruby-crowned Kinglet,White-
Throated Sparrows, and a Red-Breasted Nuthatch rounded out the summit 
songsters. Indigo Buntings, Bl-th Blues, Bl-th Greens, Purple Finches, and Red-
eyed Vireos kept me company up and down the slopes.