Hi Melanie,

I'm drawing a blank, unless of course it _was_ a Towhee. They have a number of 
song types, and I suppose juvenile males will soon be practicing the local 
repertoire, if they haven't already started...

Such great butterfly weather! In the last few days my old fashioned purple 
coneflowers have attracted Monarch, Painted Lady, Wood Nymph and Great Spangled 
Fritillary.

-Geo

> On Aug 2, 2017, at 2:45 PM, Melanie Uhlir <mela...@mwmu.com> wrote:.
> 
> But I have a question. 

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