Magnolia Warbler at Terrapin Nature Park.

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.

Yellow Warbler 2017-1 Yellow Warbler 2017-2

Yellow Warbler 2017-5

I followed this Yellow Warbler for a while to get a decent image.

Eastern Kingbird 2017-8

Several Eastern Kingbirds were flycatching near the parking lot.

Orchard Oriole 2017-6

A single Orchard Oriole was near the marsh pond.

Palm Warbler 2017-6

Several Palm Warblers were feeding near the marsh.

Yellow Rumped Warbler 2017-5

This is a Yellow Rumped Warbler in breeding plumage.

Baltimore Oriole 2017-10

Baltimore Orioles seem to be passing through in numbers.

Acadian Flycatcher 2017-2

Acadian Flycatcher 2017-1

Two Acadian Flycatchers were feeding in the big field.

Brown Thrasher 2017-2

This Brown Thrasher wouldn’t come into the open.

 

Yellow Warbler 2017-2

This Yellow Warbler is a male.

Great Crested Flycatcher 2017-1

This Great Crested Flycatcher may stay for the season.

Red Bellied Woodpecker 2017-2

Red Bellied Woodpecker 2017-1

My first Red Bellied Woodpecker in a while.

Catbird 2017-4

Catbird 2017-3

Catbird 2017-2

I’ve only seen a few Catbirds so far this season.

Magnolia Warbler 2017-2

Magnolia Warbler 2017-1

This is a male Magnolia Warbler in breeding plumage.

Deer 63

Three Deer were grazing on the big field near the marsh.

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