For this morning, Rondeau has had reports of 23 species of warblers.
The highlight was a Connecticut at Pony Barn at 9:00 to 9:30 am.

Other good warblers include Blue-winged, Golden-winged, Northern
Parula, Blackpoll, Wilson’s and Canada. Most of these were seen on
South Point Trail, which has been our hot spot for the last few days.
This trail had impressive flocks of warblers, with birds almost
“dripping from the trees” at peak locations.

Also of note was a Yellow-throated Vireo singing at the South Point
Trail parking lot.

Yesterday evening on the Marsh trail hike we found a Sora, 2 American
Bitterns, as well as calling Whip-poor-wills and American Woodcock
doing display flights. We also saw the Bald Eagle on its nest.

Thank you to everyone who has supplied Rondeau birding information for
this report.

Good birding

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