Magnolia Warbler at Governor Bridge Natural Area

A migrant at last! GB was actually very active this morning, but it took a couple of hours to find the Magnolia Warbler, the only migrant. Catbirds were very numerous, and other birds were actively feeding as well.

I spent some time looking for bugs, but it’s still slow.

Chickadee 222

Chickadee 221

It’s fun to watch the antics of Chickadees as they feed.

 

Great Crested Flycatcher 212

I’ve only seen a few Great Crested Flycatchers this year.

Ruby Throated Hummingbird 341

I saw several Ruby Throated Hummingbirds.

Blue Gray Gnatcatcher 224

Blue Gray Gnatcatchers will be heading South soon.

Red Eyed Vireo 308

Several Red Eyed Vireos were foraging in the big field.

Brown Thrasher 107

This Brown Thrasher sat very still for several minutes.

Goldfinch 223

Goldfinch 225

Goldfinch 224

This Goldfinch has a mouthful.

Magnolia Warbler 203

This Magnolia Warbler is my first Fall migrant.

Tortoise 4

I found this Tortoise shell yesterday at CBEC.

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