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Numbers of birds decreased again today at Lori Wilson(quiet in the hammock);  how ever did we achieve 13 species of warblers--a group effort of course!  The yellow Warbler,  Cape May  and Yellow-rumped are still there;  Paul heard the Hooded early in the morning;  Ovenbird seen and the waterthrush only heard a few times.  No sign of the Prothonotary or Swainson's.  A quick flash of another warbler led us thinking of Black-throated Green, but the bird was not relocated and not in the 13 species count for today. 

Phyllis Mansfield,
Cocoa Beach,
Every Day a New Adventure

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