In the morning, I started off with a Blue-Winged Warbler at Maintenance meadow (it stayed around there all day).
Blue-Winged Warbler and prey
A Northern Parula warbler and a Warbling Vireo were high in trees above the Gill source; I saw Wood Thrush in various places, and heard their echoing songs; Gray Catbirds popped up here and there.
In the late afternoon, I returned--a Worm-Eating Warbler had joined the Blue-Winged, and down the Riviera were Canada and Chestnut-Sided Warblers.
Canada Warbler posing
Finally, as I was leaving, I joined a group looking at a Scarlet Tanager high in the trees near the "captain's bench".
Scarlet Tanager, suspicious
Yellow-Rumped and Palm Warblers remained ubiquitous, Black-and-white warblers were around in small numbers; a Yellow Warbler sang very loudly just south of Willow Rock, and a Prairie Warbler sang at Tupelo Meadow.
Prairie Warbler singing
In other warbler news, the Yellow-Throated Warbler was again seen near Tavern on the Green, and Black-Throated Blue Warblers and both waterthrushes were reported.
Winds look to be westerly, maybe West-southwest, tonight, so I expect there won't be a lot of movement out. Maybe I can still catch up with the Yellow-Throated.
Yellow Warbler on the move
(I'm now at 120 species this year in New York County; 14 species, or 9 days, ahead of last year.)