Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Small vagrant wave continues
Steve Kolbe found a Western Kingbird along Sunset Boulevard in West Cape May about half an hour ago (near the intersection of Sunset and Columbia at the northeast corner of TNC's Migratory Bird Refuge) - the bird is hawking insects from the utility wires along the road and being quite vocal, "kip"-ing frequently. Along with a pulse of Cave Swallows, Ash-throated Flycatcher, and Lark Sparrow in the last three days, I think we can call this the first real push of western vagrants of November. I wonder what else is out there waiting to be found!