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At Bittersweet Falls early yesterday morning, in a cacophony of dozens 
of Yellow-rumps, Ruby-crowned Kinglets, and White-throated Sparrows, 
plus a Black-throated Green Warbler, one piercing Louisiana Waterthrush, 
and a solitary, singing Hermit Thrush, there was one, more subdued, 
female Indigo Bunting in the mid-canopy.

Ian