I think more birds moved out of the Bashakill than came in last night. That said, some species increased in number considerably. American Redstarts were absolutely everywhere, as were Baltimore Orioles. They were in the highest numbers by far this season. A couple of Red-eyed Vireo were seen. I finally got the American Bittern off Haven Road. The Worm-eating Warbler on the Stone Fields Trail was heard but not seen, at least by me. The most enjoyable birds of my day however, also on Stone Fields Trail were two FOS SWAINSON’S THRUSH! They were pretty cooperative and I always enjoy these birds. Looking forward to the next real push of migrants.