It was a cold and blustery morning at the Bashakill, but the birds still put on a show. I only managed 11 species of warblers, but I didn’t hit all of the good spots. I did find NASHVILLE WARBLER and NORTHERN PARULA,( both FOS) as well as Yellow, Common Yellowthroat, American Redstart, Black-throated Green, Cerulean, Black and White, Ovenbird and Northern Waterthrush. Baltimore Orioles were in good number and Solitary Sandpipers were seen in several spots. The highlight of a dark, cold morning was while I was at the Orchard. The sun suddenly came out for about twenty minutes, and a quiet morning suddenly came to life. The birds began to sing and feed on the apple blossoms, providing lots of entertainment. The three photos here today were all taken within a few minutes of each other, all in the same tree! Great morning!