Ken and I walked around the Hawthorn Orchard today and saw yellow warblers
and a singing Blue-winged warbler. The big surprise was seeing a handsome
Lincoln's Sparrow in the hedgerow edge on the east end (viewed from the
east side). The bird was silent, but in the excellent morning light it was
easy to see the very fine streaks over the buffy wash on the upper breast,
the small bill, buffy whisker on face and overall neater look than song

After the Hawthorn Orchard we went to Flat Rock. In the cedar trees pposite
the parking area on Forest Home Drive we heard a bird singing that turned
out to be a nice male Wilson's Warbler!

Good birding!


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