The Blue-headed Vireo is among our earliest arriving passerines. Its song is slower and more melodic than its later arriving cousin the Red-eyed Vireo.
Laura and I enjoyed a walk in the sun today and we heard a Blue-headed Vireo singing as well as a Winter Wren and a Yellow-rumped Warbler. Overhead and crossing the road in front of us was a Broad-winged Hawk and a Merlin. Migration is starting to pick up!
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