Inspired by Alan D.--and by the cool weather--I ventured into misty/drizzly
Bryant Park. As is so often the case for about nine months a year, the
dominant migrant was Common Yellowthroat, with at least five seen feasting
on the bug-rich plantings. One was a male in full plumage, another a young
male, but the other three were in more nondescript plumage, making my
ongoing study of warbler gender ratios in the small urban parks harder to
pursue. Also noted: three catbirds, an (unexpected?) immature
White-throated Sparrow, and a robust male twelve-spotted skimmer


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