Another good day with a fine selection of new arrivals in the yard. Interestingly, yesterday's Canada Warbler seemed to have moved but in exactly the same spot (the Alders) a Northern Waterthrush spent much of the morning singing. Through the morning Great Crested Flycatcher, Eastern Wood-Pewee, Tennessee, Black-throated Green and Blackburnian Warblers and Indigo Bunting could all be heard singing from the yard, that's in addition to summer breeders such as Yellow Warbler, Louisiana Waterthrush and Baltimore Oriole. Just a quarter mile down the road, the first Alder Flycatcher of the season (bang on time!) and more Tennesse Warblers, plus Northern Parula, Wood Thrush and Indigo Bunting. These are exciting times with fresh birds turning up each day.