Fall migration winding down. Fewer species, fewer numbers. I did see a male Redstart, but I didn't get a shot at it. So I settled for a Wilson's Warbler and a lone Tennessee Warbler. The Wilson's I expect to be solo, but the Tennessees usually come in flocks. A Yellow-bellied Flycatcher nicely posed. And a, what-the-hell take what you get, Chickadee.
|If you look closely at the eye you can see a distorted reflection of the Growlery where I was sitting. Very cool.|