Many new species came into the Bashakill overnight. There has still been no major influx, all species are in relatively low numbers. FOS species for me today were WOOD THRUSH at both the Nature Trail and Stop Sign Trail. GREAT-CRESTED FLYCATCHER at the Stop Sign Trail. SWAINSON’S THRUSH and WHITE-CROWNED SPARROW at the Nature Trail. Other birds of note were four CERULEAN WARBLERS, none of which were the pair at the Horseshoe Parking area. All of the other recently reported warblers were seen today as well. Over at Linear Park, birds were very active as well. Highlights here were my FOS BLUE-WINGED WARBLER and RED-EYED VIREO. A Brown Thrasher was my first in about a week. Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Baltimore Oriole were common at both Linear Park and the Bashakill.