I can add Northern Parula, Baltimore Oriole and several Catbirds to the Renwick 

On May 1, 2020, at 10:39 AM, Diane Morton <dianegmor...@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi everyone,

I finally saw Purple Martins at Cayuga Bird Club's Purple Martin house at 
Stewart Park this morning! I was first alerted by their calls and saw two pairs 
landing on the house. One male entered an apartment on the north side, and 
later perched in front of the opening for some time. I have posted a couple of 
foggy photos of the martins to the Cayuga Bird Club facebook page.

Tree swallows were also perching on the bar above the house at times, and 
unfortunately, a pair of House Sparrows also appear to be using an apartment on 
the east side of the complex.  Still - it is great to have Purple Martins at 
Stewart Park this year!

It was a great morning at Stewart Park for other migrants too.  I saw my 
first-of-year Eastern Kingbird at the swan pen, and Yellow-rumped Warblers, 
Warbling Vireo (thanks, Dave!) and Blue-gray Gnatcatchers. In Renwick Woods 
Northern Waterthrush, Yellow Warbler, Eastern Towhee and a Wood Thrush were 
singing, and a pair of Wood Ducks perched high in a tree.

Good birding!
Diane Morton

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