Migration is still going strong with a good number of birds present here the past two days. There have been 1-2 Ruby-throated Hummingbirds in the garden and at the feeders, too. A sampling of images includes this Black and White Warbler, who preened after a bath.
Tennessee and Black-throated Green Warblers took turns in the basin.
A female hatch year Northern Parula also investigated the bubbler.
The Northern Parula synchronized its bath with this female Black-throated Green Warbler.
Another hatch year bird today was this Orange-crowned Warbler.
And after eluding me for most of the day, the Ovenbird came into view.
It popped up onto a limb for a break from foraging.
Ruby-crowned Kinglets are tiny and one of the most challenging birds for me to photograph. They hardly ever sit still.
I heard 2 Eastern Phoebes yesterday and this one was flycatching near the feeders.
Another beauty is this Blue-headed Vireo, whose camouflage blends with the late season foliage so well. It has been a great fall migration!