Date: 8/24/19 10:43 am From: Michael Fialkovich <0000012b4af48ab0-dmarc-request...> Subject: Allegheny Migrants
I took a walk at Frick Park in Pittsburgh this morning. The cold front brought some migrants. The first I saw were three warblers that shot out of a tree and over a hill so they were left unidentified.
A few migrants I saw well included American Redstart, Magnolia Warbler and Least Flycatcher. Species that breed in the park that could be migrants include Eastern Wood-Pewee, Scarlet Tanager and Baltimore Oriole. The tanager was in transition with patches of green and red.