Monday, October 15, 2007

Fall Birds Part 1

More migrants are moving through still. Large numbers of phoebes, chickadees, yellow rumped warblers and sparrows continue through. There was also a huge number of monarchs until the rains came a few days ago. The cold bracing wind from the northwest ushered in the next phase. Now and for the next few days, large numbers of raptors can also been seen moving through.
Chimney Swift

Skipper and Sulphur

Adult and immature White Crowned

Lincoln's Sparrow

Phoebe eyes a monarch

Monarch feeding

Ruby Crowned Kinglet

Blue Grosbeak

Escape Parakeet





St. John's Hawks

The last flock of pigeons in Harlem

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