One recently seen, but infrequent species to observe here were multiple sighting of a couple of Canada Warblers.
Photo courtesy of Tammy McQuaid
The earlier arriving species like Louisiana and Northern Waterthrushes have been passing through as have Ovenbirds,
Yellow-throated Warblers and
The Prothonotary Warblers were seen in very good numbers in August, but have become uncommon lately.
We're now enjoying sightings of Blackburnian Warblers,
Black-throated Blue Warbler,
Black-throated Green Warbler,
Pine Warbler and Palm Warbler
|Eastern Wood Pewee|
But perhaps one those Black-billed Cuckoos or Yellow-bellied Flycatchers or a Philadelphia Vireo may yet stop by. They are unusual sightings along the Florida peninsula, but are being reported at migrant hotspots to our North.
|This Bobolink was photographed at Harns Marsh, |
but they can heard as they fly over Six-mile