This bird was heard last night by another birder and I just returned from hearing it as well. The pin is dropped right where I heard the bird singing. Theramonabearor
While cycling a 25 mile ride from my home in Salem to Rupert, VT I observed a single Mourning Warbler on East Road in West Rupert. Perhaps even morescottvarney1968
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