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Chestnut-sided WarblerHollow Road lies just west of Brandon off Route 73. Coming from the east out of Brandon, a right turn onto a dirt road before the railroad overpass gets you there. There are a couple of pull-offs to park your car. Walk north on this country lane and find a variety of species. 

Of interest are the Blue-winged and Golden-winged warblers that can be found by the power line. Eastern Towhee, Prairie Warbler and Field Sparrow can be present as well. The wooded areas produce Ovenbirds, Scarlet Tanagers and thrushes. Other commonly found species will be there as well. 

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