Last Sunday morning (April 19), Gin and I took a walk around the FLLT Park Preserve S.(Baldwin Tract) on a beautiful morning. On the Blue trail in the first field we heard two Field Sparrows singing, one from each side. Other notable birds: both Kinglets, a male YB Sapsucker in really bright plumage drumming loudly, a possible Pine Warbler (not seen.) No /Louisiana Waterthrush/ seen or heard down by the Creek -- both steep banks of the ravine still had lots of blue ice, making for a wondrous scene in filtered sunlight.
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