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Up to 4,000 yellow-rumped warblers, 45 American robins, 36 peregrine falcons, and up to 500 common sparrows were spotted by birding enthusiasts one morning this week.
The deal adds to what's called the Pine Mountain Wildlands Corridor, a refuge and migratory route for black bears, yellow fringed orchids, migratory warblers, green salamanders and thousands of other plants and animals.
The whisper of the chilly fall wind was suddenly broken by the chatter from a flock of migrating yellow-rumped warblers, heading south before winter storms arrived.
And warblers will make entrees of waxy blue berries hanging from feathery junipers.
Sime wielded a thick black pencil that split infinitives, popularized inventive adjectives and nouns (hoofer, chantoosies, warblers, kidvid, boffo) and turned other nouns into verbs (authored, readied, helmed).
The same may be true for pine warblers, Eastern bluebirds, brown thrashers and some others.
Hummingbirds were the most common target, but mantises also went after warblers, sunbirds, honeyeaters, flycatchers, vireos and European robins.
The mornings after a front’s passage can be alive with warblers, vireos and tanagers zipping through the trees and shrubs.
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