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BTGreen continuing at Greenwood

Late report: 
I happened upon the continuing BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER at Greenwood Memorial Park this morning (12/12). It initially was in the Elks Rest area, but it quickly moved east past the building. 
Minor but perhaps worth mentioning… 
Also, with the upcoming count in mind…

The fruiting magnolias near the western chainlink fence harbored numerous Cedar Waxings and Western Bluebirds, and a few kingbirds. 
And there were pink-flowering eucalyptus along that same western fence (the trees technically are in Mt Hope) that had a number of Selasphorus hummingbirds. While I presume most were Allen's, there was an adult male that I couldn't see any green on the
back, but the angle was such that it could have easily eluded observation. It might be worth a second look, however. 

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