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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Frequent flyer?

Shane just called me from the airport. He's waiting to catch a flight to Chicago. While sitting at the food court in Delta Terminal 3, he noticed a small bird flitting around on a plastic plant. He assumed that it was a House Sparrow, but on closer inspection discovered that it was a Common Yellowthroat. He asked a worker about the bird and she said that it has been there for two weeks. He said the warbler looked like a hatch year male.

Does that man ever stop finding birds?

by Rob Jett for "The City Birder"

1 comment:

Pamela said...

someone must have been feeding it????

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