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  Todays frontal activity made this the best birding of the fall for us
(we've been going 3 to 4 times a week)  The mix of warblers was a little
different from the last 2 weeks as well as much larger numbers of birds.
Cat birds were the predominant species.
The unususal birds for us were:
Blackburian
Golden Winged W.
Pewee
Rose-breasted Grossbeak
Indigo Bunting
Hermit Thrush (?)

The wind has picked up and coming from the north so we'll see if they
stay around or catch the tailwind south.

John & Chadda Shelly
S. Palm Beach Co.

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