Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Sept 26th prospect: A wonderful little flurry behind a water fountain

 I was driving by the water fountain above the Peninsula Sumacs, just after lunch where Peter Colen and 3 other passersby were watching "some warblers" in the open area inside the fence behind the water fountain. So I stopped and joined in. Lucky for me on this almost dead still day for birds, there were some warblers in this tight area.

As Peter Colen and I watched, first NASHVILLE,then NORTHERN PARULA, AMERICAN REDSTART and most dominantly, 4 BLACK-THROATED GREEN put on a show right in front of us--usually at eye level or below us making it delightful entertainment.

Earlier, before lunch, I spotted a WILSON'S WARBLER at the sumac base.

Prospect Park, Kings, US-NY

Sep 25, 2012 1:15 PM

Protocol: Incidental

6 species

Nashville Warbler 1

American Redstart 2

Northern Parula 1

Magnolia Warbler 1

Black-throated Green Warbler 4

Wilson's Warbler 1

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