Greenwood Cemetery continues to shine with rarities. Perhaps with fewer people those birds like a dead place.😊
Top GWC birds were DICKCISSEL,CONNECTICUT WARBLER,BLUE GROSBEAK and RED HEADED WOODPECKER. The brief details are given. below
The Dickcissel found by Jonathan Perez was near the intersection of Valley and Central avenues.
The continuity of the CONNECTICUT WARBLER is long-standing, staying put in the lawn in the Hill of Graves section,West of the 20th st east entrance.
Blue Grosbeak also stuck around,right at home in the Dellwater.
Last, a flyover at Sylvan Water,the Red headed Woodpecker with its diagnostic wing patches had birders gazing..
Not rare but late were two Wood Thrushes
Apart from GWC, two notable mentions in Northern Brooklyn locales. A Connecticut warbler in Brooklyn bridge park pier 1 and AMERICAN PIPITS in bushwick Inlet continues King sized excitement.