Black Throated Green Warbler at Quiet Waters.

After yesterday’s success, I tried Quiet Waters again today, and did well. I’ve said in the past that I should try Quiet Waters more often.

I had to do some searching to find the best spot, but it didn’t take long and I had over an hour of decent activity.  It can be tricky to find migrating birds.

Sandy Point 519

Sandy Point 520

Sunrise at Sandy Point.

Eastern Phoebe 2018-4 Eastern Phoebe 2018-3

Eastern Phoebe 2018-5

Several flycatchers were foraging in the area.

Blue Headed Vireo 2018-1

This is the first Blue Headed Vireo I’ve seen this year.

Chickadee 2018-6

I heard several Chickadees in the area.

Downy Woodpecker 2018-9

Two or more Downy Woodpeckers seem to be in the area all the time.

Cardinal 2018-15

Cardinal 2018-16

This Cardinal struck a nice pose.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2018-1

A single Ruby Crowned Kinglet was feeding in the undergrowth.

Pileated Woodpecker 2018-8

This Pileated Woodpecker was in the area for an hour or more.

Black Throated Green Warbler 2018-1

The Black Throated Green Warbler is a striking bird.


It’s rutting season, so I expect to be seeing more deer.

3 thoughts on “Black Throated Green Warbler at Quiet Waters.

  1. The Bird Whisperer strikes again! Great job! I am out of town until Monday — hope some stick around!! So happy you saw them!!

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