Bird #244 — Kentucky Warbler

oporornis (from opora, autumnal, and ornis, bird) formosus (beautiful)

Wednesday, May 4, 1983 — 2:30 pm

Little Rock, Arkansas — Boyle Park

After I saw the White-eyed Vireo, I continued through the thick woods along the creek near the tiny pond.  The Kentucky Warbler was sitting in a briar tangle along the path about twenty feet from the creek, approximately three feet off the ground.  I had a good, but frustratingly-short look at it.

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