Hermit Thrush at Greenbury Point.

The last two weeks have been spotty as far as finding interesting birds is concerned. “Interesting” means migrating, for the most part.

Sparrows¬† are coming through in big numbers, as well as Kinglets and catbirds.¬† Warblers have gotten harder to find , but there’s still a few to be found.

The weather has been unusually mild, and rain has been moderate.¬† A good Nor’easter might bring us some good birds.

Possum Point 215

Possum Point 212

Dawn on Whitehall Bay.

White Throated Sparrow 2020-10

I saw 40 or more White Throated Sparrows.

Hermit Thrush 2020-2

I haven’t seen a Hermit Thrush in a while.

Common Yellowthroat 2020-20

Many Common Yellowthroats are on the move.

Chipping Sparrow 2020-18

Chipping Sparrow 2020-17

This Chipping Sparrow was hanging in the Butterfly Garden at Quiet Waters.

Chipping Sparrow 2020-19

Chipping Sparrows are numerous,.

Downy Woodpecker 2020-9

This Downy Woodpecker was at Quiet Waters.

Catbird 2020-12

Catbirds have been hanging out for a month or more.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-10 Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-8

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-11

Large flocks of Ruby Crowned Kinglets are in many places.

Golden Crowned Kinglet 2020-2

A few Golden Crowned Kinglets are often mixed with the Ruby Crowns.

Cardinal 2020-13

There are always a few Cardinals about.