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Black-Throated Green Warbler
At lunch, I took a walk at Breakneck Hill Conservation Land. I saw a couple Clouded Sulphurs in the meadows, but none stopped their desperate search for nectar. The remaining plots in the community garden were hosting their share of Cabbage Whites, and I was also surprised by a single fly-by Eastern Tailed Blue!
As I passed the gardens and started down the path closest to the road, I nearly stepped on a Palm Warbler! There were at least two, possibly as many as four flying around this part of the meadow.
I just missed snapping both on this log at the same time. This one squawked and the 2nd one took off.