Keeping a good weather eye out in case we needed to close nets in a hurry, we were rewarded by our efforts with 26 birds; 20 new birds, 14 of which were migrants. Three species of thrush and six different species of warblers, including the following gems:
A not-so-common-here Common Yellowthroat
Northern Waterthrush(which is a warbler, not a thrush at all. The distinguishing difference being that all North American warblers have nine visible primaries, not ten.)
I rather like the name, Northern Water-not-thrush. But Richard doesn't seem to think it will catch on !
~ Author Pauline Pearse