(After the column went to press on Tuesday, Judy Cinquina reported a "single
singing Cape May & Blackpoll Warblers, also a Least Flycatcher. Other
species of interest were 2 Solitary Sandpipers, many Baltimore & Orchard
Oriole males dueling for territory and a defensive Brown Thrasher."
Yesterday, Rob Fanning reported: "Kris B located a female GOLDEN-WINGED WARBLER at Halifax this afternoon--also seen by Rich Klockner and myself. This is only my 4th record for the county (2nd in spring--both at Halifax)
"Many birds vocal and easily seen mainly at or near the dirt parking lot--incl. Blackpoll, Nashville, Chestnut-sided, BT Blue, N. Waterthrush, Least Fly, both Orioles, and easily 5+ Indigo Buntings! A mini-'fallout' of sorts!" )
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