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Montrose, Day 2

Chicago, IL

semi-overcast 84 °F

Day two with Mom and the migration madness continues!

NASHVILLE WARBLER:
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WOOD THRUSH:
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Male YELLOW-RUMPED WARBLER:
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LEAST FLYCATCHER:
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BLUE-WINGED TEAL:
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BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER:
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GRAY-CHEEKED THRUSH:
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EASTERN TOWHEE:
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Again, the highlight was a stunning male HOODED WARBLER!
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After school, this BROAD-WINGED HAWK in Oak Park was nice:
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As was this LINCOLN’S SPARROW:
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Good birding,
Henry
World Life List: 940 Species

Posted by skwclar 13:12 Archived in USA

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Thanks for showing me the Hooded Warbler!

by Mom

Very nice Henry. Send em north.

by Bruce Bartel

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