Sunday, September 10, 2017

A Confusion of Fall Warblers V

Philadelphia Vireo Vireo philadelphicus
Painted Lady Vanessa cardui
  Spent almost three hours in the cemeteries today with Dan, successfully getting him onto his first Northern Parula. It was interesting to see some turnover, when compared with yesterday.  Today, a lack of Red-eyed Vireos, a seeming dip in warbler numbers and variety, and much quieter in the NDN Cemetery, with almost no bird activity in parts that were heaving yesterday.
  Also, a noticeable uptick and/or appearance today in locally partial migrants (like 
Brown CreeperRed-breasted Nuthatch, and Blue Jay) and boreal breeders (White-throated Sparrow and Swainson’s Thrushin the north of the cemetery.

Mount-Royal Cemetery, (Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery), September 10, 2017
Turkey Vulture-1
Cooper’s Hawk-1
Peregrine Falcon-(1 by U de M)
Ring-billed Gull-1
Ruby-throated Hummingbird-1 (1)
Downy Woodpecker-1
Hairy Woodpecker-1 (1)
Northern Flicker-2
Least Flycatcher-(1)
Philadelphia Vireo-1
Blue Jay-6ish
American Crow-10+ (2)
Common Raven-1-3 heard
Black-capped Chickadee-10+ (8)
Brown Creeper-2
White-breasted Nuthatch-3 (1)
Red-breasted Nuthatch-5 (2)
Eastern Bluebird-10 (2)
Swainson’s Thrush-8+
Grey Catbird-4
Cedar Waxwing-4+ heard
Tennessee Warbler-2
Nashville Warbler-3
Northern Parula-1
Yellow Warbler-2
Chestnut-sided Warbler-1
Magnolia Warbler-15+ (3)
Cape May Warbler-2
Black-throated Green Warbler-4
Yellow-rumped Warbler-2
Blackpoll Warbler-3
Bay-breasted Warbler-4+
Black-and-white Warbler-2
American Redstart-3
Wilson’s Warbler-1
Scarlet Tanager-2
Indigo Bunting-4 juvie-looking birds
Northern Cardinal-3
Chipping Sparrow-45+ (10+)
Song Sparrow-5 (4)
White-throated Sparrow-35+
American Goldfinch-6

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