At noon on our hill I found a gorgeous male Baltimore Oriole singing in an 
apple tree, and while thrilling to that I was stunned to hear right behind me 
(in the spruce grove) the prolonged scolding of a Wood Thrush.  (Confirmed this 
with BirdTunes when I came in-- they call it "pit volleys"!)

And near the house a Warbling Vireo is combing the maple trees while humming to 
himself.

WOW.
Nancy Dickinson
Mecklenburg

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