As of today, I’m up to 416 species for the year, and this weekend’s field trips for the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology meeting in Ashland should bump it up more. Here’s the link to my updated list, with photos for most species. When life calms down a bit I’ll have a LOT to catch up on here.
I’ve been so busy birding and trying to keep up with other tasks that I haven’t had time to post, but today I saw #400, a Cerulean Warbler, and #401, an Olive-sided Flycatcher, at White Clay Creek State Park in Delaware. I will have a LOT to write about in coming days, and especially when I get home to Minnesota next week, before the Wisconsin Society for Ornithology’s annual meeting. Too many photos to even begin to start choosing!