It must have been Butter-butts sensory overload!
Down here I’ve been seeing them in groups of 5, 10, 20.
Still many Ruby-crowned kinglets some Palm warblers.
Yesterday FOY Blue-headed Vireo.
Terri Armata Bennington
> Yesterday On Apr 25, 2016, at 11:53 PM, Barbara Powers <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Today Martha Pfeiffer and I went to Emerald Lake around 10:45. We walked into the concession stand and then went to the right shore line trail. We walked in about 200 yards and found the most amazing fall out of yellow-rump warblers. We counted well over 150 of them. We know there were many more. It was unbelievable.
> In addition we had a Louisiana Waterthrush, 3 hermit thrushes, 3 black and white warblers, several ruby crowned kinglets, 2 blue head vireos, titmouse white nuthatches and several other species.
> Barbara Powers
> Manchester Center
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