Here’s the report from HANA MAPS  done on June 18, 2012.

There were 40 adult birds of 16 species banded, 1 hatch-year bird of 1 species, and 11 recaps.  New hatch-year species: Yellow Warbler.  49 species observed in the study area.  10 volunteers, with 5 banding and 5 observing for the first time on a pleasant overcast day.  Highlights included a breeding female Blue-winged Warbler, an ATY Downy Woodpecker, a Wood Thrush and a recently-fledged Yellow Warbler (which we returned to the netting site).  Samantha Gonzalez

Downy WoodpeckerPhoto by Samantha Gonzalez

Downy Woodpecker
Photo by Samantha Gonzalez

Juvenile Yellow Warbler at HANAPhoto by Samantha Gonzalez

Juvenile Yellow Warbler at HANA
Photo by Samantha Gonzalez