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Poll Results November 15, 2009

Posted by Wapello Warbler in Uncategorized.
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The poll has closed. The results are in. I regret that a few voters were kept from the polls by a misdirected link; however, most managed to find the correct page anyway.

The consensus was a staggering “Who gives a chirp?” So the Warbler stays as he is.

Here is how to distinguish the one and only Wapello Warbler from a Tennessee Warbler:

  1. A Tennessee Warbler has a yellow eyebrow and a black stripe through his eye. The Wapello Warbler has black spot behind his eye and no eyebrow.
  2. A Tennessee Warbler spends the summers in Canada and the winters in the Caribbean. The Wapello Warbler never gets more than 100 miles from Wapello.
  3. Tennessee Warblers don’t have blogs.

Thanks for stopping by. Your visits and your feedback are always welcome.

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