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black-and-white North American wood warbler having an orange-and-black head and throat

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The replay attracted 58,066, a Town record for a midweek match, and the home team won 2-1 to set up a semi-final showdown with Sunderland at Ewood Park.
THE club's record league win was the 9-hammering of Boro in November 1954 Ewood Park.
We hope that everyone enjoys their big day out at Ewood Park.
The 31-year-old enjoyed a visit to Ewood Park with Stoke in pre-season, and he is looking forward to going back to the club in two-and-a-half weeks.
Rovers made an enquiry about the American's availability before the recent closure of the loan window, the 41-year-old Spurs goalkeeper having played alongside new Blackburn boss Henning Berg during his eight-year spell at Ewood Park.
They voted with their feet, as they had done against Bolton on Saturday when Anfield was about 8,000 below capacity, and for the first time failed to fill the Darwen End at Ewood Park.
The Journal is giving you the chance to win one of four pairs of tickets to see Newcastle United take on Blackburn at Ewood Park on Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 3pm.
QPR, Preston and Nottingham Forest are desperate to sign Gallagher but he is determined to stay at Ewood and try to impress whoever is appointed Mark Hughes' successor.
Steve Bruce's men must travel to Ewood Park for a game expected to take place on September 24, 11 days before Blues must go back there for a Premier League game.
The inclusion of the tints gives eWood its distinctive black appearance, provides UV protection and acts as a binding agent.
The Trinidad and Tobago international had to suffer reported 'monkey' taunts from two fans when warming up during the second half of his team's Barclays Premiership clash with his former club Blackburn at Ewood Park yesterday.
WE'VE all been to games where fans arriving late miss an early goal or those leaving before the final whistle miss a late one, but 2,500 Blackburn fans managed to do both at Ewood Park.
Aitor Karanka's side saw their festive schedule disrupted on Boxing Day after flooding left the Ewood Park pitch underwater.
Liverpool's charge towards the Champions League places has been curtailed by defeats to Manchester United and Arsenal but Henderson feels the Ewood Park result will help get things back on track.