- Call; Song
1x1 count of mostly singing males. CLR witnessed a display flight/song at 7:10 am. At first, I thought it was going be an INBU by the stuttery song, but then I spied it in flight over the bridge at about the height of the tallest nearby trees. As it was in good light, it was easy to make out that this was a KEWA! It was in either an exaggerated butterfly flight or a fixed wing glide, but then it looped back into the brush in one fell swoop! Saw the full thing again at 7:18 am, when it launched from the top of a sycamore and spiraled back into the undergrowth near the base of its starting tree. It's flight song began with spaced chips, but it did include a short snippet of its characteristic song.
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