Bird #151 — Chestnut-sided Warbler

dendroica (from dendron, tree, and oikein, to dwell) pensylvanica (of Pennsylvania)

Thursday, May 15, 1980 — 2:45 pm

Deerfield, Illinois — Trinity College

I had to go back to Trinity one last time to take a final test or something.  I went up early and spent some time birding in the woods on campus.  At the time, there were about ten acres of woods cut by a few dirt roads and a power-line clearing.  A few tall trees popped up here and there, but most were small and scrubby.  The Chestnut-sided Warbler was foraging with a small wave of warblers.

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