Thursday May 28, 2015.  70 new of 24 species; 15 retraps.   Bird of the day was again Traill’s Flycatcher with 10 banded.

The early morning got off to a good start with many new birds of varying species.  As the day wore on, the number of birds from each net check dwindled.  When the day was finished, our overall numbers were somewhat low, but the diversity of species was good.

Some of today’s highlights included Tennessee Warbler, Brown Thrasher, Northern Parula Warbler and Indigo Buntings.

This is the next-to-last Thursday of the season … thanks to all the Thursday volunteers who helped this spring!

John Waud – BIC