Migration is starting to get fun at Central Winds Park. It's still early, but we're seeing a fair number of warblers coming in. As usual, the Northern Parulas are the most plentiful, but Prairie, Black and White, and Yellow-throated Warblers are becoming common here. We've also had our fair share of American Redstarts, Prothonotary Warblers, and Ovenbirds. I suspect we'll be getting Yellow Warblers soon. We've also begun getting in some flycatchers. So far I've found an Acadian Flycatcher and an Eastern Wood-Pewee.
And just for fun, Wild Turkeys are here too. Occasionally I find an adult with young ones walking through the grass.
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