Hi-

I was birding this morning on the Newman golf course side of the inlet and
am pretty sure I saw a Warbling Vireo.  I got good looks at the bird and
watched it as it sang.  It was very plain with very little if any yellow on
its breast or sides.  I'm quite familiar with other vireos (especially the
blue-headed and red-eyed).  Has anyone else seen a Warbling Vireo in the
area?

 

Thanks.

Judy

 

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Judith A. Saul

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607-279-1406 (cell)

607-273-4086 (home)

jasau...@earthlink.net

 


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