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Canada Warbler still present on the east trail at Brilyea on Sunday 
evening at 7:00.  Thank you Greg, this was a life bird for us.  Gary and 
Kathy Starr

Gregory Askew wrote:
> A male ORCHARD ORIOLE made a brief appearance at Farrell Access this
> morning. Also present were Horned Larks in the tilled field just before the
> hard right on the access road.
>
> Skulking about the shrubs and underbrush on the east trial at Brilyea, I was
> rewarded with views of a gorgeous male CANADA WARBLER and a stunning male
> Blackburnian Warbler foraging low in the trees. Also present at Brilyea,
> among others, were several Ruby-throated Hummingbirds quietly browsing some
> flowering shrubs along the east trail and the entrance road, an ALDER
> FLYCATCHER calling a ways off the east trail, a red-shouldered hawk passing
> overhead, a still-molting INDIGO BUNTING near the west parking area, and 9
> other warbler species (Northern Waterthrush, Ovenbird, Common Yellowthroat,
> American Redstart, Yellow, Magnolia, Black-throated Green, Black-and-white,
> and Yellow-rumped Warblers).
>
> Greg
> Vergennes
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