I’ve made it to Hector’s Falls - it’s not a very tall waterfall but it is very compelling to look at. The water flows off of a rectangular-shaped rock face, forming a thin silk-sheet like stream of water.
Anywhere there is flowing water, there will be insects, and where there are insects to be fed on, there will be plenty of bird species.
More about the Blue-headed Vireo: https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Blue-headed_Vireo/overview
eBird Checklist for the outing this was recorded during: https://ebird.org/checklist/S115100430
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Songbirding: The Allegheny National Forest is a Songbirding Studios production.
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