Saturday April 22, 2017:  9 new birds of 4 species, 26 recaps.  No new species.  Bird of the day was Black-capped Chickadee with 3 new birds.  Oh . . . it was so slow today!  The wandering chickadees are still in the bushes, but they appear to have been in the area long enough to learn the system and avoid our nets.  Without southwest winds to usher in a crop of migrants, we’re left to shift with just a handful of recaptured kinglets.  We were treated to visits from Boyscout Troop 209 out of Fairport, a fantastic group of youth from the Ithaca 4-H club, and some college students from the SUNY Brockport Environmental Science Club.  We just wish we had more interested birds to show!