Friday, April 26, 2013

Hot off the Presses - THIS MORNING [second posting today]

                 Yellow Warbler  - Central Park --  May 4, 2007
                  photo by Lloyd Spitalnik                      

Chris Cooper writes about THIS MORNING's sightings:

A bit quieter than yesterday in a 2-1/2-hour walk (6:15-8:45 AM).
Nashville W (Double Jug-handle Path)
Prairie W (Double Jug-handle Path)
Pine W (female, Double Jug-handle Path)
Yellow W (2--Children's Glade, Double Jug-handle Path)
Yellow-rumped W
Palm W
Black-and-White W
American Redstart (the High Meadow)
Northern Waterthrush (the Loch)
Blue-headed Vireo
Warbling Vireo (heard only; the Ridge)
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
House Wren (heard only)
Chimney Swift
Hermit Thrush
Gray Catbird
Baltimore Oriole
N Rough-winged Swallow
Purple Finch (plumage was female, but it was singing)
Pine Siskin (thanks to Tom Perlman)