After southern pushing storms for the past few days the wave of migrants
today (Sunday) was exciting to witness. Spent the morning at Ridgefield NWR
with water high from all the rains and fewer duck species, no swans, the
sky was bursting with swallows—Violet-green and Tree as well as our FOY
Northern Rough-wing—and crazy numbers of Yellow-rumped Warblers throughout
the Oregon Ash forest.
Between RNWR and Sauvie Island (OR) over the Columbia River we sighted our
FOY Osprey as well as Turkey Vultures.