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Blue-gray GnatcatcherWhiny. Wheezy. Complaining. It's either me or a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.

Northern ParulaThe "witchity-witchity" call makes the Common Yellowthroat an easy warbler to identify by its song.

Juvenile American RobinA Red-eyed Vireo is nicknamed the "preacher bird" for its long-winded repetitions.

Yellow WarblerThis Yellow Warbler hasn't yet earned his red breast stripes. Neither have I.

Red-headed WoodpeckerNo bird amazed me more than a red-headed woodpecker like this bird who showed up for Linda in our woods just after I’d driven sixty miles to see one.
(Photo by Darlene Friedman)

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Chapter One: The Green Book and the Redhead

Chapter Two: Twice Bitten

Chapter Three: A Song Soothes Mr. Crabby

Chapter Four: A Duck Out of Water

Chapter Five: Close to Home

Chapter Six: The Adversary

Chapter Seven: Not in My Backyard

Chapter Eight: A Crash Course in Warblers

Chapter Nine: Learning from Babies

Chapter Ten: Anything Can Show Up Anywhere

Chapter Eleven: The Worm Turns

Chapter Twelve: Back to the Beginning

Chapter Thirteen: The Redhead and the Redhead