The remnants of tropical storm Karen in the Atlantic Ocean are moving northward, and clouds, rain (tonight and tomorrow), and strong northeasterly winds are being blown into the area. When I arrived at the trail at 9:00, the sky was entirely overcast, but from 9:30 to 10:30 there were broken clouds and a little sunshine.
It was fairly quiet on the trail. Most of the birds I saw were between the downstream picnic table and the bog area, which, except for the past couple of years, has been the primary birding area on the trail. I only saw two warbler species: Black-throated Green and Yellow-rumped. I saw a Red-eyed Vireo, the first one in a couple of weeks. Both of the Kinglets, Ruby-crowned and Golden-crowned, were seen in multiple locations, and I ended up with 25 species on the trail this morning.
Black-throated Green Warbler
Today's RV Trail list:
Black-throated Green Warbler Field Sparrow