Date: 10/28/19 12:18 pm
From: Lisa Wilcox Deyo <lisawilcoxdeyo...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Little Bennett Park
Two people suggested it was a Palm Warbler, which makes sense. It did not
have yellow at all on the breast, which threw me off, even though I know
Palms are tail-bobbers.

On Monday, October 28, 2019 at 1:43:02 PM UTC-4, Lisa Wilcox Deyo wrote:
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>
> Birding at Little Bennett Park doesn't disappoint. On Sunday we saw 17+
> species on Pine Knob Trail, through open woods and grasslands. The
> highlights were:
> 1 Winter wren
> 1 Eastern phoebe
> 2 N. Parula
> 1 Palm warbler
> 15+ Yellow-rumped warblers
> 10+ cedar waxwings
> 6 Kinglets
> 2 imm. Rose-breasted grosbeaks (heard but not seen)
> Blue bird
> Warbler spp.
>
> I thought I saw a N. waterthrush among the yellow-rumps. It had a whiter
> breast, with dark brown streaks, and it pumped its tail. I didn't get good
> views of the top of the bird, and I didn't see yellow on the bird.
> Is this possible, or just another rendition of a yellow-rump?
>
> Lisa Wilcox Deyo
> Carderock Springs, MD
>
> On Mon, Oct 28, 2019 at 3:55 AM <mdbirding...> wrote:
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