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Sun Sep 7 17:46:17 PDT 2008

More later....
But first and foremost, the bird is quite obviously a Variegated Flycatcher and was present at Windust Park from 7 am until at least 11am today. It spends most of its time in the trees around the house near the grain elevator and adjacent portions of Windust Park.

The homeowners seem to delight in birders bopping around, so no worries there.

There was also a Red Fox Sparrow at Windust and a Blue-headed Vireo near the main bathrooms at Lyons Ferry. Also at Lyons Ferry was an apparent eastern Nashville Warbler, a Least Flycatcher, and 2 Evening Grosbeaks.

Steven Mlodinow
Everett WA
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