As always, migration seemed far too short and we already miss it some. Paul keeps insisting he is out of birds to find, yet he adds one or two every so often. I feel like I am tapped out around here (besides the nesting Kentucky Warblers nearby that I've unsuccessfully tried to get a few times), but I still have Cape May to go to so I can add some shorebirds and terns. So the game is not over!
We will be posting more, including a series of posts about stringers (a topic of which we are far too obsessed with lately), a bunch of photoessays, some more discussions of warblers (since warblers are awesome), some data analysis, and some randomly weird crap.
|Including lots of warblers, including bland Bay-breasted!|
Damon: 216 (2904th in the ABA area)
Paul: 230 (2223rd )
Summertime birding may be slow, but summertime writing about birding will be interesting.