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What a surprise,  when we expected a mediocre day at Turkey Creek, to find birds flying about the parking lot when we arrived -- and it just got better throughout the morning.  Paul Marvin birded with us, all enjoying the new wave of migrants that dropped in overnight.

20 warbler species:
1  Wilson's (male), day 7,  seen at end of creek overlook path off MacKinnon's Way
13  Am. Redstart
5  Magnolia
3  Chestnut-Sided
3  Yellow-Throated
6  Common-Yellowthroat
6  Pine
4  Black + White
9  Black-Throated Blue
12  N. Parula
1  Prairie
2  Palm
2  Blackburnian
3  Tennessee
1 Hooded (female)
2  Ovenbird
1  N. Waterthrush
1  Cape May
1  Blackpoll
1  Worm-Eating

Other Migrants:
9  Catbird
8  Indigo Bunting
2  Painted Bunting (female)
6  BGG
3  R-T Hummingbird
3  White-Eyed Vireo
3  Red-Eyed Vireo
1  Yellow-Throated Vireo
1  Wood Thrush
1  Swainson's Thrush
1  Scarlet Tanager
1  Empidonax Flycatcher
1  E. Wood Pewee
1  Hairy Woodpecker seen yesterday by Julie and Tony Trott

Shirley and Bill Hills
Melbourne Village