Yesterday the migrant wave continued, with quite a few more birds than Sunday. A few new warblers showed up, which are showcased below. Also a South-Polar Skua, Northern Saw-whet Owl, American Redstart, Bobolink, and Yellow-headed Blackbird were notable. Today looks like NW winds and fog. Should be a nice relaxing day.
Ovenbird, getting a little time in at the Lighthouse.
My first ever Bay-breasted Warbler. This was a probable female, because it had yellowish tipped coverts, green rump, and weak black centers to the mantle feathers.