Warblers? is it two early
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Warblers? is it two early

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Napper

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Was outside earlier and often on this dreary wet cloudy morning,
Could have sworn I spotted heard at least two different types of Warblers but the lighting was terrible
I am no expert in this area that's for sure.
I know Black and White Warblers are early migrants.

Very  Noisy and active here this morning  in Milton.
Dark eyed Juno's
Am Robins
Song Sparrow
Chipping sparrow
Many Cardinals
Blue Jays seem to be everywhere
Grackles and Red Wing Blackbirds.
Killdeer flying over.

It is so so busy you really have to concentrate on the individual calls.

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Paul O'Toole

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Yellow-rumped warblers are early arrivals.
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I had a male Eastern Towhee in my backyard last couple of days - that's a nice break from other regular visitors including Juncos.
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Except for a pair of cardinals my backyard is very quiet but there are lots of turkey vultures circling overhead and drifting towards the northeast.
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it is still very early ..but the odd yellow-rump, palm and pine ,  have been seen in GTA area this weekend
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