From the temperature this morning one might have thought we had returned to early April! The fully leaved out trees hiding the few warblers from view, however, would have clued you in that we were in late-May. The mainly female warblers and the variety of thrushes would also have given you a hint that we were in the tail end of migration. It was much quieter than yesterday. We had a total of 33 species. The total list is below.
I have put up a separate page with the cumulative bird list for the whole spring set of Thursday walks. You can get to it by clicking on it in the list of pages to the right, just above the list of outside links.
Green Heron - 1, Azalea Pond (thank you to Jeff Kimball for the text message heads-up)
Gray-cheeked Thrush - 1
Swainson's Thrush - 2
Wood Thrush - singing all around the ramble
Cedar Waxwing - flock in tulip tree by Captain's Bench
Ovenbird - 1, singing north of Upper Lobe
Northern Waterthrush - 1, singing from north end of Upper Lobe