Hi all, I took a short walk around Salt Pt this morning (9-10 am) with the goal of checking out Myers Pt spit for Caspian Terns. None of those yet but I did see some cool birds, the best of which was multiple Baltimore Orioles (adult male and female, plus at least 4 juveniles all foraging in the same tree). Later a male Orchard Oriole that flew with a more olive/brown companion possibly a female or juvenile. And Yellow Warbler (Willow) Flycatcher Group of drab vireos that I presume were Warbling (some checking out honeysuckle fruits) 2 Eastern Kingbirds And the usual cast of geese, Mallards, gulls.
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