Carncross road to the parking area on Howland’s Island is now accessible and 
mostly dry. I stopped at the end of the wooded section (just before the parking 
area) and found quite a few birds. Indigo Buntings, Baltimore Orioles, RB 
Grosbeaks, and a pair of Yellow-billed Cuckoos. Also had Yellow, Blackpoll, 
Tennessee, Cerulean, Am Redstart warblers (to name a few). Found Warbling, 
Red-eye, & Yellow-throated Vireos and an E. Pewee too.

On Carncross Rd where the pavement turns to dirt/gravel, I found the reported 
Acadian Flycatcher and a Wilson’s Warbler in the small parking area.

Mark Miller

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