Date: 9/30/18 7:45 pm
From: Daniel Sloan <danielsloan215...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Re: Yellow-crowned Hummer and mystery warbler
On time I was in Puerto Rico, I saw a Northern Mockingbird with so much red pollen on its throat and chest that it took me about 30 seconds to realize what I was looking at.

Dany Sloan
WDC

On Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 1:17:07 PM UTC-4, Pat Valdata, Elkton wrote:
> Young male Ruby-throated: Either the bird had a head full of pollen or its crown feathers were yellow. It didn't stick around long enough for me to get a good look.
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> It came with a mixed flock: Chipping Sparrows and their young, which are now in that foraging-but-still-begging stage; immature Bluebird just coming into its blue feathers. Most intriguing was a warbler with a greenish back, two whitish/buffy wing bars, white eye ring, faint streaks on the sides of a pale-yellow breast. It was on the ground, yanking on a worm just like a robin. No tail twitching or pumping. I'm stumped, as usual with fall warblers.
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> Crisfield, Somerset County

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