We looked out of our dining room window early this morning to find a male
Common Yellowthroat hopping around in the grass where he remained for
several minutes.  Then, we arrived home at 11:45 from Sapsucker Woods to
find our foy male Baltimore Oriole at our orange feeder.  We weren't as
lucky as many others at Sapsucker Woods but did have some nice sightings of
yellow-rumped (Myrtle) warblers, a yellow-bellied sapsucker. eastern wood
pewee, black and white warbler, towhee, and downy and hairy woodpeckers.
Marsha and Fred Kardon


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