I think I'm addicted to this place in the Fall. I was planning to go out to Merritt Island today, but at the lat minute I changed my mind and stayed here. Several other birders had the same idea. It started out a little slow, but we did manage to get 10 warblers during the morning, including Ovenbird, Northern Waterthrush, Black & White, Prothonotary, American Redstart, Northern Parula, Yellow, Yellow-throated, and Prairie Warbler. The biggest highlight was my first of the year Chestnut-sided Warbler. None of us found the Cerulean Warbler that has been here the past few days. Photographically the biggest highlight was a Northern Parula--I didn't notice this at the time, but it appears to be checking out a spider web.
I began seeing Belted Kingfishers here yesterday. Two of them were chasing each other and making a lot of racket, which I find enjoyable. Today I only saw one, though this photo is from yesterday.