Sunday, September 18, 2016

Day 262 - 18th September 2016 - Common Yellowthroat, Yellow Rumped Warbler and Whirligigs

Overcast and cloudy  - no stars this morning. Can hear a few Canada Geese going down the lake. A few showers in the forecast for today and tonight. Probably just enough to wet the brown grass and make the weeds grow. Might get enough to fill some buckets from the eaves of the house. Off to work again today - might take a run to the Industrial Park again first.
Seemed like a lot of people around Saturday for the Whirligig Festival. We had a number of people in for tours - tourist from all over. Lots of people roaming Dock Street. Lazy evening at home and an early night. A Hummingbird appeared at the feeder after supper, a few may be drifting through on the migration. Skipped my chance for the Least Bittern and went to the Industrial Park instead, mostly Chickadees, Common Yellowthroats, Yellow Rumped Warblers and Northern Parulas.
Common Yellowthroat

Yellow Rumped Warbler

A few shots from the Whirligig Festival.

Enjoy your day!

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