This morning I headed to the Bashakill to find it quieter than yesterday, but still plenty of good birds around. Blue-winged Warblers were still numerous. Northern Waterthrush were down to just two for me. Most other species continued, but in lower numbers than yesterday. About mid-morning I got a call from Scott Baldinger that he had his FOS CERULEAN WARBLER near the Horseshoe Parking Area. I headed down to see if I could find it, but stopped just past the Nature Trail where I found another male Cerulean singing. I was able to get some poor shots of the bird before continuing on. At the Horseshoe Parking Area, I had not only the second Cerulean, but my FOS YELLOW-THROATED Vireo! In all, I had 12 species of Warbler at the Bash this morning. I then decided to head to Linear Park off McDonald Road. Birding was really pretty good here and I added two more FOS birds. VEERY and ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK among many expected species. On to Gumaer Falls Road. Here I found a mixed species flock of warblers that included two Pine, two Black-throated Green, one Black and White and one BLACKBURNIAN WARBLER! As I tried to get a photo of the warbler, a bird popped up right above it. I was surprised to find an early RED-EYED VIREO! A Blue-headed Vireo, my fifth of the morning was also present. Scott Baldinger, Bruce Nott and Jodi Brodski came along and got most of the birds at this spot. Great Birding!