HQ was very slow this morning but there was a certain amount of inflow during the day, including a White-throated Sparrow, Olive-sided Flycatcher, a couple of siskins and maybe an extra Townsend’s Warbler. These were all found by Dwight Porter, Anne and Dan Heyerly.
A lightweight front dragged through here today with a few chunks of rain. It should move out by 8 pm or so, which should allow some overnight inflow of birds.
I heard second-hand that Fields held nothing rare today.
Mosquitos are still fairly modest at HQ. They are ready for you, but not in flocks of a hundred.