I got in an hour of hill climbing behind the fire station this morning before 
the rain set in. And it seemed like every few steps I took, another species 
began to sing!

Highlights of the walk were, for me, FOY Canada, Prairie, Black and White and 
Black-throated Green Warblers, Ovenbird, Evening Grosbeak and Baltimore 
Orioles, Hermit and Wood Thrushes. The Canada Warbler was an especially 
thrilling sighting, as it sang its typical song with chips - directly overhead 
and at close range.

Bob McGuire

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