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In my backyard yesterday I was enjoying the cool air and thought I'd "spish" to see if anything was in. Well that brought in the catbirds who were 

annoyed  by that noise. While watching them, 2 yellow warblers arrived foraging in the canopy. A male hummer came through and took a whack at 

one of the warblers!  At this point a warbling vireo joined the group and was agitated with crest raised and calling in its annoying way. Finally a 

robin with a mouthful of insects popped into view to see what the ruckus was all about.  So just remember be careful for what you spish for. 



Sue wetmore 
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Location:     Maple St, Brandon 
Observation date:     7/22/10 
Number of species:     6 

Ruby-throated Hummingbird     2 
Warbling Vireo     1 
House Wren     1 
American Robin     1 
Gray Catbird     2 
Yellow Warbler     2 

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org)