I saw that the Black-throated Gray was reported late afternoon today, and hopefully it will be around again in the morning for any chasers.
On Fri, Oct 19, 2018 at 11:14 AM Zachary Millen <zjmillen...> wrote:
> The Black-throated Gray Warbler continues for its 7th straight day at Noel > Dorwart Park, first seen this morning near the dirt "goatpath" that runs > from the Trestle Spur along the creek. Yesterday evening Seth and I watched > it just west of the Creek Trail, so it is still frequenting this whole > general area. Nearly all other migrant warblers and vireos have continued > south, and it has been loosely associating with kinglets lately. Listen for > its flat, metallic chip note and kinglet calls to help find the bird. > > Also of interest was an Orange-crowned Warbler in the large field east of > Farmingdale Rd, which worked the treelines and mugwort patches. Photos of > both will be added to this checklist soon. > > https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49284453 > > Zach > > On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 8:38 AM Zachary Millen <zjmillen...> wrote: > >> BTYW continues in same vicinity this morning. Good map drawn up by >> Michael slows the correct trail where I first found it about sunrise, >> though just now it was down near goatpath along creek in early morning >> sunlight. Don't be afraid to get off trail a bit and check scrubby areas. >> >> Zach >> >> On Mon, Oct 15, 2018, 11:14 PM Michael David <michaeltdavid...> >> wrote: >> >>> For anyone not following along through ebird reports, the Black-throated >>> Gray Warbler was seen both Sunday and today though it takes some time to >>> find (at least it did Sunday morning). I made a quick map showing the area >>> it's been seen in (as far as I know) which will hopefully help any >>> searchers. >>> >>> https://www.flickr.com/photos/62706721@N05/31477470098/in/dateposted-public/ >>> Many other migrants were seen around the park as well - I had 11 warbler >>> species total including Orange-crowned, plus Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Purple >>> Finch, Lincoln's Sparrow, Blue-headed Vireo, Hermit Thrush, Brown Creeper, >>> both kinglets, and Yellow-bellied Sapsucker. At Middle Creek Sunday >>> afternoon Zach Millen and I saw the Sandhill Crane continuing and found a >>> Cackling Goose, but not the Ross's Goose from Saturday. >>> >>> Best, >>> >>> Michael David >>> Allegheny Co. >>> >>> >>> >>> On Sat, Oct 13, 2018 at 9:10 PM Zachary Millen <zjmillen...> >>> wrote: >>> >>>> This afternoon Seth McComsey found an adult male Black-throated Gray >>>> Warbler at Noel Dorwart park in Lancaster. It was seen numerous times >>>> through the afternoon in the vicinity of the Creek Trail, which is the >>>> eastern loop of gravel trails at this park, east of Farmingdale Rd. >>>> Parking >>>> is at the intersection of Good Dr and Parklawn Ct. It rolled low to the >>>> ground through scrubby underbrush below a flock of chickadees, titmice, >>>> and >>>> assorted warblers that seems to make a loop through a "territory" in >>>> this >>>> area, which the Creek Trail intersects. If it continues into tomorrow, I >>>> expect it will once again be right in this area. First county record and >>>> the ~12th in the state from what I can see. >>>> >>>> https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S49170624 >>>> >>>> Zach Millen >>>> New Holland >>>> >>>