Monday August 17, 2015:  22 new birds of 13 species; 18 recaps.  New species:  Mourning Warbler.  Bird of the day was Gray Catbird with 6 new bands.  The day started pleasantly enough, but it quickly got hot and sticky.  The birds played it smart, and stayed quiet and still – causing us to have another slow day.  Despite the pace, we had some interesting captures.  The first Mourning Warbler of the season was very dapper in his new fall plumage, as was a newly minted Tennessee Warbler.  We recaptured the Brewster’s Warbler from yesterday, and we were able to compare him with a Blue-winged Warbler that we captured at the same time.  Now . . . if only we had a Lawrence’s and a Golden-winged as well . . .