For the second day in a row, I’ve found a Willow Flycatcher on my walks around 
our property. Fortunately is was giving the “wit” call frequently, which helped 
me to pin the ID. Got a good look at it, too but the call is what confirmed it. 
Today I tried to use my iPhone to record it, but I was too slow and it don’t 
stay in one place long enough. It must be slim pickings for a flycatcher to get 
a meal these days.

Ken Haas
Mecklenberg
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