This morning at the Louisville Swamp Unit along the Mazomani Trail I spotted a 
Warbler species. It was quietly foraging amongst the low brush. Gray overall 
with a yellow crown and yellow patches on the wings/sides. There was possibly a 
black and white pattern on the face, but it seemed rather drab and the bird's 
constant movement made it difficult to see it clearly.

It would seem that is possibly a Golden-winged Warbler; are they usually seen 
in this area around this time of year? Not sure what else it would be...

Cole Bauer

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