August 15, 1854

in Thoreau’s Journal:

Some birds after they have ceased to sing by day continue to sing faintly in morning now as in spring — I hear now a warbling vireo—a robin half strain—a golden-robin whistles— —blue birds warble—Pig[eon] woodpecker not to mention the tapping of a woodpecker— the notes of birds which are heard through the day….

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