Hoping to catch a little migration magic I headed out to Sawyer Park this morning. Due to time constraints I only birded the middle section of the park. There was some movement, but it sure didn't make me forget about what people have reported about the coast in the last few days. Only two species had above average numbers - Hammond's Flycatcher, at least 5, some posing nicely, and MacGillivray's Warbler, my first of the season, and there were four of them. I didn't see any of the Gray or Dusky Flycatchers that have been reported from there in the last 3 or 4 days. The warbler movement was slow. In addition to the Macs, I had one Orange-crowned, 1 Wilson's and 2 Yellow-rumps. As of 3pm the wind is still out of the NW. Hopefully the switch to the southwest will happen soon and the flow will pick up.