Amy and I traveled up the Williams River, Day's Run. Handley WMA, Scenic Highway, Cranberry Visitor Center, Cranberry Glades, and Muddlety trying to pick up a few birds for the year. I don't know how many species we got for the day since that wasn't what we were trying for, but I believe we got around 17 new species for the year. The highlights were:
Black-throated Blue Warbler (FOS)
Acadian Flycatcher (FOS)
Black-throated Green Warbler (FOS)
Canada Warbler (FOS)
Chestnut-sided Warbler (FOS)
Magnolia Warbler (FOS)
Olive-sided Flycatcher (FOS) find of the day. I believe this might be a little early, and it wasn't vocalizing. It was almost to the end of the boardwalk, in a large open swampy area--about 20 or 25 yards before you get to the large stump next to the boardwalk.
Northern Waterthrush (FOS)
Falls of Hill Creek:
Least Flycatcher (FOS)
We went up there and back in one day, and probably missed a lot of birds because of all the driving we was doing.
Birding (I believe) Nicholas, Webster, and Pocahontas counties