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While out searching for Golden- and Blue-winged Warblers for Audubon
Vermont, plus a few side stops, I tallied 104 species between Swanton and
Highgate. 101 of these came before noon!

Highlights included Black Tern, Grasshopper and Vesper Sparrow,
Golden-winged Warbler (including an often elusive female), American
Woodcock, nesting Warbling Vireo and Rose-breasted Grosbeak,
Yellow-throated Vireo, Eastern Whip-poor-will, and White-winged Scoter.

Yesterday, American Redstart seemed to be the most abundant warbler, and
today Tennessee Warblers seemed to be everywhere!

Good birding,
Steven Lamonde
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Steven Lamonde
Conservation Biology (MS) candidate
Adjunct Faculty - Department of Environmental Studies
Manager - Antioch Spatial Analysis Lab
Antioch University New England
Keene, New Hampshire
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