Busy fall in Delaware, but the semester has come to a close. The blog is not dead, though it might appear to be... I haven't been birding too much or taking many photos, but maybe that will change in the coming months. I do hope to get into some coastal birding in Boston, find a Snowy Owl, and maybe some northern specialties, as I'll be in Massachusetts starting tomorrow until the end of January.
Here's a Ruby-throated, long gone, but replaced by a few Rufous in this area.
Also, this monster, the babiest Northern Cardinal I've ever seen.
After a summer of field work in coastal New Jersey I've finally started up at school at UD. Classes are a few weeks in and the fall birding has been great so far. Today was probably the best day of the fall in terms of warblers and we did pretty well at Middle Run, but that's not surprise.
Though not its own species, this bird was a first for me, a Brewster's Warbler. It is the death of the Golden-winged Warbler, a hybrid between Golden-winged and Blue-winged Warblers.