Walking by the Holiday Inn on Cayuga St this morning I spotted a young
Yellow Warbler sitting quietly on the sidewalk. It could have easily been
stepped on. I put my hand down in front of it and it climbed onto my index
finger . I then put that same finger next to a branch of one of the
container bushes nearby and it moved to the branch. It was as green a bird
as I have ever seen. It didn't seem injured. I left it there. I like to
think it will be OK.

The trees nearby were ringing with the metalic calls of male Yellow
Warblers, more than one I think, though the echoes between the buildings
there may have multiplied them. I don't know if the calls related to the
youngster - maybe?



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