September 15, 2020

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Ahh the confusing Fall Warbler, famous for proudly showing off its nondescript and unremarkable plumage in long luxurious looks during autumn which, by the way, according to the Plumage Showing Off Rulebook followed by every bird worth its feathers in May strictly follows, is NEVER EVER allowed in the spring. These often featureless jesters happily leave even the least disoriented birder in an otherwise pleasant autumn bird outing mumbling undecipherable comments and making up puzzling, and entirely new, species names to appease the rest of the bewildered bunch.