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June 2012

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Both the male and female Hooded Warblers were active in the woods 
immediately surrounding the number 41 trail marker south of Schulze Lake at 
9:10 this morning in Lebanon Hills Regional Park.  I saw the female first, moving 
around at mid-level in the trees and constantly uttering its "chink" note; the 
male showed up later and sang from time to time.  They were still there when I 
left after about 25 minutes.  

Other birds seen include a Willow Flycatcher singing (sneezing?) near the Visitor 
Center Trailhead parking lot (on tree in the wet hollow just west of the lot) and a 
male Scarlet Tanager on the southern side of Schulze Lake near trail marker 43.

Arjun Guneratne

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