I’m sticking with Greenbury Point for a while, as it’s been a quite decent birding spot and it’s close to home. Everything I’m reading suggests the next month or two are going to be very dangerous, with many more cases of COVID.
Yesterday was decent, with warblers and sparrows, and today’s RB Nuthatch was a nice surprise, as I haven’t seen one in a few years. I also went to Wooton to find the Anhinga, but he wasn’t in.
There’s not much at Possum Point yet, but the sunrises have been decent.
Sunrise at Possum Point.
This is a juvenile Indigo Bunting. He’s heading to the Caribbean for the Winter.
This Palm Warbler is also headed for the tropics.
You can find Chestnut Sided Warblers in Central America in the Winter.
Blue Gray Gnatcatchers winter in Florida or Central America.
Stupid Flycatcher. There are several Empidonax Flycatchers, and they are hard to tell apart. Some say Flycatchers prove there is no God.
This Red Breasted Nuthatch was a real treat.
Song Sparrows may spend the Winter.
This is a Lincoln’s Sparrow, and we only see them during migration. He’s heading for the southern US or Central America.