We've had a cool front come through and our winds shifted to the NW - this indicated a good chance to see a few more of the late migrants. Come and see what I located in my area.
|At the Sanibel Lighthouse - an Eastern Kingbird|
|and a Western Kingbird|
|An Eastern & a Western Kingbird.|
|A Palm Warbler - a nice surprise.|
|A Red-eyed Vireo|
|A Western Kingbird and|
|a Blackpoll Warbler.|
|A visit to the Caloosa Shell Mound provided views of the Great Crested Flycatcher,|
|Scarlet Tanager - female|
|Scarlet Tanager - male|
I'm just glad that I was able to catch sight of these few - spring migration gives us a short window of viewing opportunities while the migrants are passing through - bad weather usually provides more dropouts. In any event, any day birding makes for a great day.