Still some remnants of earlier birds sticking around with a banded Magnolia Warbler and the Blue-headed Vireo from several days ago. Five new Gray Catbirds, our first fall Field Sparrow, and 3 Eastern Wood Pewees were the highlights of the day.
There was the sound of more kinglets around this morning however we only caught 2 Ruby-crowned Kinglets. Brown Creepers seemed to be on the increase unless the weather had them down lower. And yes, the infamous White-throated Sparrows were very numerous too.
Only 6 species of warbler today including Blackpoll, Bay-breasted, Magnolia, and Myrtle (Yellow-rumped) Warblers and Common Yellowthroat.
Tomorrow should be good for kinglets if the wind is calmer.