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Maryland Piedmont in May. Last updated: 5/20/2007.

Above and below four: Least Bittern in Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007). I can hardly begin to say how excited Frode and I were to study and photograph this wonderful and famously reclusive bird.

Below two: A migrant Mourning Warbler in northern Howard Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A Cerulean Warbler in Carroll Co., Maryland (5/20/2007). Not too bad a shot for dawn in the rain!

Below two: A Willow Flycatcher in Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A Louisiana Waterthrush in northern Howard Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A female Black-and-white Warbler in northern Howard Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A Spotted Sandpiper forages along a pond edge in Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: An American Coot feeds on tiny invertebrates on a Frederick Co. pond (5/20/2007).

Below: A male Baltimore Oriole excitedly guards his domain in Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A Yellow-throated Warbler at the Mouth of the Monacacy, Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007). Yellow-throated Warblers nesting in this area are of the White-lored or Sycamore race, Dendroica dominica albilora.

Below: A Northern Rough-winged Swallow near its nesting cavity on a bank of the Patapsco River, Howard Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: A Prothonotary Warbler on territory at the Mouth of the Monocacy, Frederick Co., Maryland (5/20/2007).

Below: I was lucky enough to have my camera ready when this Black Rat Snake leaped from the woods and latched unto Frode's face.

I'm kidding, of course. Snakes are our friends.

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