Migration Monday

Thursday night’s cold front rained migrating birds down on Brooklyn Friday morning. Saturday was even more hopping.

A Nashville Warbler showing nicely. Note the reddish color in the head.

There were so many Gray Catbirds. I figured everywhere north of us has been cleaned out.

Ours will be gone soon, too. Mostly: a few sometimes stick around.

White-crowned Sparrow.

White-throated Sparrows also arrived in numbers.

Lincon’s Sparrow.

(Bear with me: WordPress has imposed a terrible new version of creating/editing posts.)

6 Responses to “Migration Monday”


  1. 1 Eunice Miller October 5, 2020 at 9:20 am

    Happy to say I think I have the last family of Catbirds here on the seacoast of NH.

  2. 4 alanbar135 October 5, 2020 at 7:42 pm

    Matt, did you get a chance to look at the plants that had red stems and leaves in the Dell Water? Has the Dell water always had such a large number of Ladies Thumb?


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