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Returning from Huguenot Park early this afternoon I
was greeted at home by at least three and possibly 
four singing Black and White Warblers. Over the past
three weeks I have also had singing Ruby-crowned 
Kinglets, Gnatcatchers and one Eastern Bluebird. I
have, on rare occasions, heard Black and Whites
singing in Florida, always in the spring. Local
temperature is 77 degrees.

Huguenot produced nothing of note other than an
increasing number of shorebirds. On the drive home
I spotted a white phase Snow Goose amongst the flock
of Canadas at the Winn-Dixie distribution center in
Baldwin.

BobRichter
Baker County

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