Date: 7/13/20 9:17 pm
From: Eric Culbertson <ebc101...>
Subject: [sbcobirding] Chestnut-sided warbler
A chestnut-sided warbler was a real surprise foraging high in a neighbors black locust this evening. I had been watching several species feed begging young in the yard (including a cowbird being tended by a hooded oriole). The bird stayed high and I easily lost it just a few minutes after spotting it.

Eric Culbertson
Carpinteria
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