Spent yesterday evening and this morning looking for Connecticut Warbler with 
no luck.  Plenty of Common Yellowthroats and Ovenbirds and N Waterthrushes but 
never the betwixt.  However in the farthest southeast of the lawn I got a 
couple of glimpses of what I believe is a Sora.  Poor light and heavy 
vegetation made the views difficult but size, silhouette and behavior were 
positive and I would rule out anything rarer.  Also in the same spot we had a 
Sora a few years ago.
Happy City Birding
Alan Drogin 

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