Birding was painfully slow again today. It was better than the last two Saturdays though since I saw 2 Yellow-rumped Warblers today! LOL!!!!! Seems what birds are arriving are going right over.
Northern Waterthrush was the most numerous warbler type as I had 6 today. It was the first bird I saw in the dark, on the road. That one must just have arrived as it did not move at all.
Other warblers included 3 Nashville, 1 Pine, 1 Black-and-White, 1 Blue-winged and as single Common Yellowthroat.
|Pine in a Pine|
There were some other FOY birds including a Least Flycatcher, Gray Catbird and Baltimore Oriole.
The most interesting thing today was the sighting of two weasels on Black Oak Trail. At first I saw one.
It then went down a hole, and came up with another and they wrestled for a while.
Sunday look more typical of a weekend....cold, windy and rainy.