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While photographing the spring warblers in the backyard this afternoon, April 20, this bird landed on a branch in the wooded area just beyond the back fence.  He stayed several minutes before flying off.  I have several water sources and feeders in the yard.  I am in Kendall County, Texas, northwest of San Antonio.  Until a couple days ago we had been without much rain for months and I have been seeing a number of migrating warblers return over multiple days to drink and bathe.  I think it might be a Northern or Louisiana Waterthrush but I'm not even sure they get to this area.  The light in the woods wasn't bright so I did remove some noise from the photos.

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