..and just lilke that it's over
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..and just lilke that it's over

lovemypt

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Was a pretty good morning for warblers in my local park today.  No great numbers, but a good selection of ones not seem this year yet.  I added Blackpole, Mourning, Orange-crown and Wilson to my spring list making a total of 24 warbler species seen this year.  Not bad concerning the weather, winds, and Covid-19 problems, which made for traveling around to hot spots not advisable. I stuck to my main park and all my species were seen within, no rarities but higher species count then I thought I would end up with.

There was also 3-4x Black-billed cockoo's seen and singing away this morning

See what the rest of summer brings now!
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Ally

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Quote from: "lovemypt"
Was a pretty good morning for warblers in my local park today.  No great numbers, but a good selection of ones not seem this year yet.  I added Blackpole, Mourning, Orange-crown and Wilson to my spring list making a total of 24 warbler species seen this year.  Not bad concerning the weather, winds, and Covid-19 problems, which made for traveling around to hot spots not advisable. I stuck to my main park and all my species were seen within, no rarities but higher species count then I thought I would end up with.

There was also 3-4x Black-billed cockoo's seen and singing away this morning

See what the rest of summer brings now!
So nice, and the black Billed looked so fierce!
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Axeman

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I read about all of these exotic sightings and....my ID skills are so poor I just tell myself...meh....I've seen hundreds lol...nice work!
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