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24 Mar 2021 Baldwin co. AL  Hooded Warbler today!  He surprised us at dusk.  Hubby took pic while I marveled in his (the bird's not the hub's :D)  presence.  

Lifer! Yarder! BAIRD’S SANDPIPER today!!! Four of ‘em!

I've seen them displaying and I've flushed them before, but only once did I have a good view of one in the daytime. Here's the best picture I've taken of one. https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/3133451

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Fallouts this week!! Hope I can find some good stuff.

I’d love to get a fallout here! Only problem is, there’s not many storms in costal SoCal. 

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 I got my FOY Spotted Sandpiper, Orange-crowned warblers, and White-throated sparrow yesterday. And today had my first house wren of the year. Also the female red-winged blackbirds just got here a few days ago. 
This was my patch this morning:

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So I was expecting grounded migrants but nothing really happening out there yet. Still snowing for a few more hours so I might go and look again when it stops. 

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In the past week I have seen Ovenbird, Louisiana and Northern Waterthrushes, Warbling Vireo, Black-throated Blue Warbler, Yellow Warbler, Blackpoll Warbler, Prothonotary Warbler, Cape May Warbler, Northern Parula, American Redstart and Common Yellowthroat with the first 7 being lifers.

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I was very surprised that we found Black-and-White Warbler, Tennessee Warbler, and American Redstart on the Global Big Day count yesterday. Maybe they can't read the calendars in Spanish??🙄

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Lots of Least Flycatchers, TONS of Yellow Warblers, Nashville Warbler, Warbling Vireos, Indigo Buntings, Summer Tanager (probably), Red-headed Woodpecker, Swainson’s Thrushes, and Wilson’s Warbler!

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Had 2 Says phoebes fly catching around the ponds yesterday. First time I’ve seen them outside of BC. WCSP are now getting hard to avoid. 

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