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What difference between yesterday and today. A great number of warbler species, and other nice avian migrants.
Early, I joined forces with Ed Crowne and the BBC group for the walk. But after a couple of hours, I went by myself.
As warblers are showing up, today I tallied 15 sps. The list is as follows:Myrtle (Yellow-rumped); Northern Parula; Black-and-white; Cape May; Blue-winged; American Redstart; Prairie; Black-throated Blue; Worm-eating; Northern Waterthrush; Common Yellowthroat; Yellow; Palm; Magnolia, and Ovenbird.
Other notables were 3 species of Vireos: Blue-headed, Warbling, & Yellow-throated.
Great day, nice birding, and of course, Brooklyn is great birding!!!