Tuesday, 21 August, 2018
Central Park, Manhattan, N.Y. City

A Golden-winged Warbler was among the migrants found in the park’s Ramble area 
today; the latter esp. in the vicinity of the small stream there known as the 
Gill, & just to the north of that; more than a dozen other American warbler 
species were also being seen this day in Central Park including Worm-eating.  
The Golden-winged may be the same individual as found in the same general area 
a few days ago, still present in the Ramble.

Also turning up now are more flyctachers, including some in the genus 
Empidonax, & as
expected the flight of southbound Eastern Kingbirds continue at a good pace. 
Also as
expected by this date & with the recent weather patterns, in many parts of the 
Common Nighthawks are on the move, headed towards their wintering lands.

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"Men argue, Nature acts." - Voltaire
"Cogito Ergo Boom" - Susan Sontag

good birding,
Tom Fiore
[& beyond]


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