Friday October 25, 2013.  56 new birds of 12 species.

While yesterday was the last full day of banding, today was the end of the season.  With winds out of the WNW last night, we opened all of the nets again this morning.  We had a very good day.   Slate-colored Juncos, White-throated Sparrows, Hermit Thrush, and Kinglets (Ruby-crowned and Golden Crowned) were the dominate species.  Since we needed to prepare the banding station for winter, we closed after four hours and took down the nets, cleaned up the station, and put the equipment into storage.  All in all it was a very good day at BBBO.

Until next spring,

John Waud