AD Barnes was a pleasure to bird this morning with lots of birds and a nice variety around. Warblers were Black and White, Tennessee, Prairie, Cape May, Pine, Yellow-throated, Black-throated Blue, Parula, Redstart, Ovenbirds all over the walkways. Chestnut-sided and Blackburnian were reported by others. Also Swainson's Thrush, Scarlet and Summer Tanagers, Red-eyed and Yellow-throated Vireo, Baltimore and Spot-breasted Oriole and a singing Eastern Pewee. Nothing rare, but lots of fun on a fall migration day. I didn't see a single cat!
Posted by Steve Siegel 6 months ago 0 Comments
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