This morning I found a juvenile RED-HEADED WOODPECKER at the Durland
Preserve on Ellis Hollow Road. It flew into a snag along the first hedgerow
not far in from the parking lot, before the trail in the woods to the
Hirshfeld Platform. It didn't stay long before flying over the woods headed
west. I was not able to relocate it in this area or in the snags at the
platform, but it's possible it could still be around. Checklist with a
couple of photos here:

Alex Wiebe also had a Red-headed near campus yesterday, apparently
exhibiting pretty similar behavior:

Lots of new migrants are around today, with several good warbler flocks
around the north side of the Lab of Ornithology and on the Wilson Trail. I
highly recommended getting out today or this weekend to see some warbler


Jay McGowan
Macaulay Library
Cornell Lab of Ornithology


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