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[[left margin]] [[double underline]] April 18 [[/double underline]] [[/left margin]]
As we returned home on First Road South, a [[underline]] Chewink [[/underline]] called at the end of the block.
Two or 3 Chewinks in woods today (4/9)

April 13 - Thursday
Still rather chilly this morning, as it has been for several days - has been below freezing.
Heard [[underline]] Yellow Warbler [[/underline]] singing [[strikethrough]] cheel [[/strikethrough]] cheerily on grounds of Pan-American Union, by old annex building.

April 15 - Saturday
Duty officer for OEX today - had to work half-day - actually in office 8:30-2:15.
Before I left home 4 male [[underline]] Cowbirds [[/underline]] appeared on the back porch, then onto feed shelf.
Down to 19 [[image: symbol for degree]] yesterday A.M. at Fairfax - 24 [[image: symbol for degree]] in D.C. coldest April 14
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