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White-eyed vireo...maybe
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"The Breeding Bird Atlas of Georgia," published in 2010 (my copy of which is signed by one of the editors and was a gift from my friend Loretta that same year), weighs in at a hefty five-and-a-half pounds and contains 497 pages. It is beautifully photographed and provides a map for each of the 183 species included, which marks each of the Georgia counties, where it is possible, probable or confirmed to have been seen.
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