Where to go? There are definitely warblers in the area, but it seems to be a crapshoot. I flipped a mental coin and chose Terrapin, which has been good in previous years.
I chose well. I didn’t find any huge fallouts, but there was a good variety of migrants, and I got a couple of decent images.
I followed this Yellow Warbler for a while to get a decent image.
Several Eastern Kingbirds were flycatching near the parking lot.
A single Orchard Oriole was near the marsh pond.
Several Palm Warblers were feeding near the marsh.
This is a Yellow Rumped Warbler in breeding plumage.
Baltimore Orioles seem to be passing through in numbers.
Two Acadian Flycatchers were feeding in the big field.
This Brown Thrasher wouldn’t come into the open.
This Yellow Warbler is a male.
This Great Crested Flycatcher may stay for the season.
My first Red Bellied Woodpecker in a while.
I’ve only seen a few Catbirds so far this season.
This is a male Magnolia Warbler in breeding plumage.
Three Deer were grazing on the big field near the marsh.