Decent variety but low number of warblers, mostly heard only. Nashville, Black-throated Green, Black-throated Blue, Chestnut-sided, Yellow and Common Yellowthroat. Also Least and Great-Crested Flycatchers by the pond to the NW, Wood and Hermit Thrushes. FOY Baltimore Oriole, Northern Flicker, a million Catbirds. Field Sparrow singing west of the recway. Carolina and House Wrens both singing.
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