Male and female were seen today (June 9) at about 8 AM at trail marker 41.  Male was singing and female was giving a "cheep" every few seconds --- she was very easy to find because  of the constant note, and she was nearer to the trail, moving a lot in some fairly open branches.  As I was watching her and listening to the male back in the woods, he decided to give me a nice look and came right over to sing on a branch over the trail for a short while.  Several other birders had also seen the male just before I got there.   No need to use tapes --- just spend a few minutes in the area.  

Kathy Brown

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