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Just how poor was the September migration in the 'hood?  It is hard to find
words to describe how dismally dull this month was, so let's go to the data...

Acadian Flycatcher - Zero - Usually a dozen or so
Eastern Kingbird - Zero - Usually one or two
Veery - Three - Usually dozens, with a daily max of six or so
Gray-cheeked Thrush - Zero - Usually six or so in the last two weeks of the
month
Swainson's Thrush - Five - see Veery for usual status
Gray Catbird - One - Usually a dozen or so by the end of the month
Red-eyed Vireo - Daily max six or so - Usually a dozen or so
Blue-winged Warbler - Zero - Usually one or two
Tennessee Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Chestnut-sided Warbler - Three - Usually a dozen or so
Magnolia Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Cape May Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Black-throated Green Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Blackburnian Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Yellow-throated Warbler - One - Usually six or so
Prairie Warbler - Zero - Usually more than a dozen or so
Blackpoll Warbler - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Black-and-white Warbler - Zero - Usually one of the most common migrants
Worm-eating Warbler - Two - Usually a dozen or so
Ovenbird - Zero - Usually one of the most common migrants
Northern Waterthrush - Zero - Usually six or so
Common Yellowthroat - Three - Usually one of the most common migrants
Scarlet Tanager - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Rose-breasted Grosbeak - Zero - Usually a few by the end of the month
Indigo Bunting - Zero - Usually a dozen or so

Whew!  I guess it could be the lack of significant weather events, but...

Later...

Noel Wamer
Jacksonville, FL, US
Mosaics by Noel & Terry - http://home.attbi.com/~terrywest/

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