I spent an hour or so, walking around the Forestry Farm Park before work during the week and found a few nice things.
Most of the Warblers have headed north now, but I did see a female American Redstart and the usual Yellow Warblers.
There were baby Robins and also newly fledged Catbirds just sitting on the grass.
From high in the Spruce trees, a lingering Ruby-crowned Kinglet was calling , and a Common Tern gave a few flyby's over the trout pond.
Cedar Waxwing - Here is a Cedar Waxwing enjoying a Sea Buckthorn berry from the park that morning.
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