I will tell you that the highlight was the Blue Grosbeak that Eric Holden found at the Tip and that we saw "reverse" south three times (and photographed one of those times by Brandon!) but this bird found by my Dad wasn't bad either:
On the 7th/8th I did something I had never accomplished before in 24 hour period - the Vermivora sweep. We found a spankin male Lawrence's Warbler, then in the afternoon I found a Brewster's and a Golden-winged Warbler and first thing this morning I had a couple Blue-wingeds, completing the sweep. Pretty sweet!
|2nd gen "Brewster's Warbler"|
Looks like we're in for a solid four or five days of birding with lots of warm temperatures and southerly winds.