Date: 6/26/18 5:57 am
From: Bill McGovern via VA-bird <va-bird...>
Subject: Re: [VA-bird] PROTHONOTARY FAMILY at OBNWR, Prince William County
About your bird that "resembles a yellow warbler," it looks like a prairie warbler.

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From: VA-bird <va-bird-bounces+bmcgovern=<cox.net...> On Behalf Of barb22030--- via VA-bird
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2018 10:19 PM
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Subject: [VA-bird] PROTHONOTARY FAMILY at OBNWR, Prince William County


Looks like one pair of Occoquan Bay NWR's prothonotary warblers already have little ones or they are getting ready for a family. I photographed one "diving"


into the box on Easy Road today. (Photos attached.) If you look at the photos, please help me ID a bird that resembles a yellow warbler. I also saw male northern parulas, immature male orchard orioles, male indigo buntings, blue-grey gnatcatchers, ospreys, and more -- and heard a bald eagle and yellow-billed cuckoos.

https://www.flickr.com/gp/olympusbjs/xC1144
- Barb, Fairfax

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