The Henslow's Sparrow was still present and singing from a similar location at Carver Park Reserve at 6:30 this morning. The number of species of warbler has increased, but Yellow-rumped are still the most numerous.
Yellow-rumped, Orange-crowned, Palm, Black and White, Tennessee, Nashville, Yellow, Blue-winged, Blackpoll, American Redstart(2nd most numerous), Northern Waterthrush, and Ovenbird were all present this morning.
Bobolink and Sedge Wren have also arrived back to the park.
Also seen were 3 Veery(2 along the Tamarack Bog boardwalk and 1 along the Maple Trail), Swainson's Thrush, 2 Least Flycatchers, Ruby-crowned Kinglets, many Blue-gray Gnatcathers, Catbirds, Baltimore Oriole, Brown Thrasher, 2 White-crowned Sparrows, and several Lincoln's Sparrow.
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