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  1. South Padre Island Texas. October 2018 after a cold front.
  2. I’m in the process of re-habitating my yard. It’s not much, about .25 acre on a canyon. I have done a lot of research on native plants and had decided to add aloy of native plants that are bird and butterfly specific. But it then I heard birders talking about the exotic plants being the best for migrating birds. It’s got me thinking about a native/exotic mix of plants. Here’s my question: What plants, shrubs, trees have you found to be the best for capturing the lure of the largest variety of migrating birds? San Diego Inland Area. Thank You!!!!
  3. Photos from yesterday, 9/6/18, in Dearborn, MI. Lighting obviously bad. Let me know if you want me to lighten these up. 1. I think this is a Northern Parula because of the yellow lower mandible in 1st pic, yellow undersides, wing bars, and greenish back. 2. I think this is an immature Chestnut-sided Warbler because of the greenish top of head and nape, grayish cheeks, and bold eyering.
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