This morning I had two partial looks at what I thought was a female Tennessee Warbler. Hendrik Herlyn, Oscar Harper and Kai and Ben Frueh relocated it about 4 this afternoon. It’s a female or dull nonvocal male.
A huge movement of tanagers, vireos and buntings came in last night. A wide variety of passerines is on site at HQ. My first-of-year Willow Flycatcher arrived. Others observed FOY nighthawk.
I’m told that Benson Pond trees had enormous numbers of migrants, essentially the same mix as HQ. I suspect that the weather held a lot of migrants to the south that are finally able to move.
MI: 3. They are getting warmed up.
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