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Oak Park birding

overcast 72 °F

Today, evidence of spring migration continued here at home!

First of year RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET:
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GOLDEN-CROWNED KINGLET:
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DOUBLE-CRESTED CORMORANTS:
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Three YELLOW-BREASTED SAPSUCKERS:
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DARK-EYED JUNCO. Subspecies?
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Female AMERICAN KESTREL:
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cute Eastern Cottontail:
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This HERMIT THRUSH, my bird of the day, gave beautiful views!
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Good birding,
Henry
World Life List: 940 Species (no recent life birds)

Posted by skwclar 14:55 Archived in USA

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I've been seeing hermit thrushes too! Liz C

by Liz Cifani

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