I just saw two yellow-rumped warblers (maybe myrtle?) near Stewart Park.
They were across the inlet from Renwick, right over the bridge.  There
seemed to be a small flock of 4 to 6.  I assume they wintered over but maybe
they're early arrivals?

 

Judy Saul

 

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