Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Prospect brief

A warm summery day hilighted by perched COMMON RAVENS in the Midwood (RBate) ended with partially shared named  species COMMON NIGHTHAWKS reported over Prospect north end  in the evening (Jett) ,five total after Mike Yuan's two over the Nethermead.Its about that time for the next two weeks ,so get thee out there in the early eve an hour at least before dusk.North winds might boost numbers.

My sightings early morning included two INDIGO BUNTINGS in early molt in Butterfly Meadow,one a female type ; most action occurred at Three Sisters Islands, a YELLOW WARBLER fest with at least 6 birds along with two WARBLING VIREOS.

Warm day tomorrow might be slow action.