Bristol Birders, I finally got my pictures posted from a couple morning hikes over at the Breaks. The weather was perfect and the birding great. Warblers included Pine, Hooded, Ovenbird, Black-and-white, Yellow-throated, and Black-throated Green. I thought I heard a Parula near the park entrance from the Towers overlook but it was a long way off so I'm not sure. We also found our first Blue-gray Gnatcatchers of 2012 in the park. We stopped by Stateline overlook to look for Peregrines and got our hearts racing a little when a Cooper's Hawk came tearing by the overlook at top speed. I barely managed a couple pictures before he disappeared. We also were serenaded by our first Hooded Warbler from the woods just below the overlook. At Guesses Fork in Buchanan County I managed some pictures of the Cerulean Warbler found there by Shirley Justus on April 5th. These early dates after the mild winter are amazing. Shirley also spotted a Scarlet Tanager there on April 7th. For those interested, here is link to our hike pictures: http://www.pbase.com/aquilaet/breaks23 ; Ed and Michelle Talbott Richmond, KY P.S. - can anyone ID that little white flower near the end of the pictures?