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On 9/22/2021 at 10:01 AM, meghann said:

We've officially reached the "Is it a warbler, butterfly, falling yellow leaf, or drop of water hitting the leaves to make them move like that?" stage of fall birding here in Georgia.

Yeah, now that it's fall, I have to squint to see if the leaf falling is a goldfinch or just a leaf.

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This morning I played hooky again, and went to the nearby big park. I saw a Red-headed Woodpecker fly high overhead, and had a brief view of what appeared to be a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker flying low and not overhead. There was a Ruby-crowned Kinglet in a tree; I only saw three warblers (2 redstarts and a Black-throated Green), but the two Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, one an adult male, hanging out together made up for the lack of parulids. It was cool, calm, and sunny.

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19 hours ago, Peromyscus said:

This morning I played hooky again, and went to the nearby big park. I saw a Red-headed Woodpecker fly high overhead, and had a brief view of what appeared to be a Yellow-bellied Sapsucker flying low and not overhead. There was a Ruby-crowned Kinglet in a tree; I only saw three warblers (2 redstarts and a Black-throated Green), but the two Rose-breasted Grosbeaks, one an adult male, hanging out together made up for the lack of parulids. It was cool, calm, and sunny.

Redstarts!!! I might be going to a nearby place that is supposed to be good for warblers, though, so I just might get one.

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