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Reader photo: Sweetly singing

One of the sweetest voices that often goes unseen, the northern waterthrush – a member of the warbler family – getting ready for a winter vacation in southern Mexico. Early September morning in Hauser. (Angela Marie/courtesy)
One of the sweetest voices that often goes unseen, the northern waterthrush – a member of the warbler family – getting ready for a winter vacation in southern Mexico. Early September morning in Hauser. (Angela Marie/courtesy)

One of the sweetest voices that often goes unseen, the northern waterthrush – a member of the warbler family – enjoys a September morning in Hauser before its winter vacation in southern Mexico.

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