Friday, August 8, 2014
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The wooded part of the Native Plant Garden had at least 6 warbler or vireo species, and none of the ones I saw was a yellow warbler or a black-and-white. I identified a northern waterthrush (one of 4 I saw in the Garden), at least one American redstart, a palm warbler, and a warbling vireo. Then there was a freshly-washed guy with an eye-ring and someone else the underside of whose tail whose outlined in black and otherwise seemed to have a clear breast--your guess is as good as mine.
Here is a complete list of what I ID'ed:
Northern waterthrush (4 total)
Black-capped chickadee (several)