Another nice morning of birding at the Bashakill. Breeding warbler numbers were way up, but migrant warbler numbers were down. We still haven’t had a real push of migrants so far this year. Baltimore Oriole numbers have really increased, but I still haven’t found an Orchard Oriole. The highlight of the morning was three CERULEAN WARBLERS! I relocated both males from yesterday and a female with one of them. Migrant warblers were best represented by Northern Parula. I had at least six of them. One Nashville Warbler was nice to see again. I only had three Black-throated Blue and two Black-throated Green Warblers. In just the last two days both Great Horned Owl chicks have fledged, right before break-a-hundred day. Common Gallinule numbers are up, I had eleven of them yesterday afternoon, and though I spent little time checking the marsh this morning, I still had several. The Pied-billed Grebe continue and are very vocal. Wood Thrush were plentiful, especially near the Nature Trail.