I stopped by this park today and found small clusters of migrants, mostly in wind-less zones on this windy afternoon. I also stopped at nearby Old Quarry Park (which had little) and Blacklick Ridge Park (which also had some migrants). Notables included:
Woodpeckers - 1 sapsucker and 4-5 flickers were at Gahanna Woods Red-br.Nuthatches - 4 had accumulated in the pine woods at Gahanna Woods Brown Creeper - 1 was in the pine woods at Gahanna Woods Flycatchers - E.WoodPewee at Blacklick Ridge; E.Phoebes at Gahanna Woods & Blacklick Ridge Vireos - Blue-headed at Gahanna Woods Kinglets - no Golden-crowns yet, but 2-3 Ruby-crowns were at Gahanna Woods Thrushes - 1-2 Swainsons at Gahanna Woods Mimids - still had 3-4 Catbirds at Gahanna Woods Warblers - Orange-crowned was just east of the parking area at Gahanna Woods; that park also had Magnolia, Bay-breasted, and Black-thr.Green. BlacklickRidge had Magnolia, Black&White, Blackburnian, Redstart, and Black-thr.Green Buntings,Grosbeaks - Gahanna Woods had 4 Indigo Buntings along the scrubby edge north of the parking area
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