Thursday, September 29, 2016

A slow day, Peninsula Pathways

Reports from this s-l-o-o-o-w-w overcast day pointed to the Peninsula the best to offer for any birds.
Separately from Linda Ewing and Tom Stephenson leading the BBC group , the Peninsula produced at least ten species warblers.

First from Linda, NASHVILLE & CAPE MAY WARBLERS were her best sightings. Those birds were seen at the bald cypress tree across from the Wellhouse , on the lake shore.

Tom meanwhile out on the longer duration, summarized the ten best warbler report on the Peninsula. CAPE MAY, both BLACK THROATED BLUE & GREEN topped his list.A report on his day's results will be coming.

UPDATE: Tom reported PHILADELPHIA VIREO on West Island around12:18