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More good looks at both birds in the trees near the columns and wire mesh dome sculpture off near second and tenth

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> On May 14, 2016, at 12:22 PM, Mike Majeski <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Despite all the activity (people, dogs, lawn mowing) in Gold Medal Park, the pair of yellow-throated warblers appear to be nesting in the area. An apparent a female was seen with a bill full of nesting material and the male was actively chasing a chipping sparrow out of a tree. This was around 10:45 a.m.  Please refrain from using tape recordings/audio calls, the birds are quite visible if you are patient. As stated, there is enough activity going on there and the birds do not need additional stress from recordings, especially if they are trying to nest!
> Thank you to all who posted info about this sighting.
> Mike Majeski
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