October was a good month for migratory birds. Warblers were keep coming and going all month.
Reddie Point was the hotspot of the month. Nashville Warbler continued all month, among with other good birds like Scarlet Tanager, Rose-breasted Grosbeak(sorry Kevin), Painted and Indigo Buntings, Baltimore Oriol, Bay-breasted Warbler, Red-headed Woodpecker, Blackburnian and Tennessee Warblers.
My best birding day of the month was actually not in Reddie Point, but in Hanna Park at October 9. That day birds were everywere, fallout, it was hard to count them all. I finished my birding there with 68 species, including 9 species of Bird of Pray.
My new lifebirds were Scarlet Tanager, Bay-breasted Warbler and Black-throated Green Warbler. It doesn't happen anymore often, that 3 lifebirds in one month. Great!
List of NEW yearbirds in October
- Black-throated Green Warbler, Hanna Park, 24 Oct. 2013
- Bay-breasted Warbler, Reddie Point Preserve, 12 Oct. 2013
- Scarlet Tanager, Reddie Point Preserve, 11 Oct. 2013
- Tennessee Warbler, Hanna Park, 09 Oct. 2013