Went into the Ramble in Central Park for about an hour and a half before work and on my lunch break. It was not as busy as yesterday, but there were still a good number of migrants around, including a few nice one. On the two walks combined I recorded a total of 46 species. The highlights, including 12 warbler species are below.
Ovenbird - several
Orange-crowned Warbler - male continuing in Maintenance Meadow, sometimes singing
Nashville Warbler - 1, south side Turtle Pond
Cape May Warbler - 1, male, south side Turtle Pond
Northern Parula - all over
Blackburnian Warbler - 1, male, south side Turtle Pond
Yellow Warbler - 1, male, south side Turtle Pond
Black-throated Blue Warbler
Prairie Warbler - 1, male, south side Turtle Pond
Black-throated Green Warbler
Summer Tanager - 1, male, near Riviera
Scarlet Tanager - 1, female, south side Turtle Pond
I hope some or all of these stay around for my Wednesday morning walk. There are predicted northwest winds for tonight which is not favorable for migration.