Hermit Thrush at Greenbury Point.

The last two weeks have been spotty as far as finding interesting birds is concerned. “Interesting” means migrating, for the most part.

Sparrows  are coming through in big numbers, as well as Kinglets and catbirds.  Warblers have gotten harder to find , but there’s still a few to be found.

The weather has been unusually mild, and rain has been moderate.  A good Nor’easter might bring us some good birds.

Possum Point 215

Possum Point 212

Dawn on Whitehall Bay.

White Throated Sparrow 2020-10

I saw 40 or more White Throated Sparrows.

Hermit Thrush 2020-2

I haven’t seen a Hermit Thrush in a while.

Common Yellowthroat 2020-20

Many Common Yellowthroats are on the move.

Chipping Sparrow 2020-18

Chipping Sparrow 2020-17

This Chipping Sparrow was hanging in the Butterfly Garden at Quiet Waters.

Chipping Sparrow 2020-19

Chipping Sparrows are numerous,.

Downy Woodpecker 2020-9

This Downy Woodpecker was at Quiet Waters.

Catbird 2020-12

Catbirds have been hanging out for a month or more.

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-10 Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-8

Ruby Crowned Kinglet 2020-11

Large flocks of Ruby Crowned Kinglets are in many places.

Golden Crowned Kinglet 2020-2

A few Golden Crowned Kinglets are often mixed with the Ruby Crowns.

Cardinal 2020-13

There are always a few Cardinals about.

 

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