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Pictorial Highlights, 2009

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2009 Late Fall Purple Finch flying, 3 wrens, Rose-breasted Grosbeak (AHY female), Eastern Towhees (AHY & HY males), Field Sparrow (feather in sheath), Purple Finch (color variant), Ruby-crowned Kinglets (AHY & HY), Saw-whet Owl (SY), Ring-necked Pheasant, Red-tailed Hawk, Black-capped Chickadee, Yellow-rumped Warbler, frosted rose hips
2009 Early Fall Belted Kingfisher, banding lab, Great-crested Flycatcher, warblers in net, Prairie Warblers, Blackpoll & Bay-breasted Warblers, Black-throated Blue Warblers (male, female) Hooded Warblers (male, female), Cape-may Warblers (HY male, female), Rose-breasted Grosbeak (HY & AHY males), Golden-winged Warblers (male, female), Blue-winged Warbler, Warbling and Philadelphia Vireos, Connecticut and Mourning Warblers (AHY male), American Woodcock, Banding workshop, Eastern Phoebe (HY), Black-throated Green Warblers (HY, AHY), staff and volunteers
2009 Summer Canada Warbler, Northern Parula, bird-strike tunnel, Baltimore, Scarlet Tanagers (wing bar, hatch years), molting redstart and ovenbird, male/female HY hummingbirds, HY and AHY Least Flycatchers
2009 Late Spring A Spring workshop, pileated woodpecker, Canada warbler, golden-winged warbler, Brewster,s warbler, prairie warbler, pine warbler, yellow-rumped warbler (ASY male), Baltimore oriole (ASY male), blackpoll warbler, indigo bunting, mourning warbler, scarlet tanager, yellow warbler, Traill's flycatcher, worm-eating warbler, cedar waxwings. This update emphasizes molt limits during spring migration.
2009 Early Spring Dark-eyed Juncos, bear prints, winter wren, phoebe, towhee, kinglet, yellow-rumped warbler, purple martin house, red-shouldered hawk, blue-winged warbler, black-and-white warbler, worm-eating warbler. 

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