Over the past few days the rain has stopped but the floodwaters are as bad as they have been so many areas around Bloomington are still not birdable (is that a word?). So I birded a small portion of McGowan Road and throughout Yellowwood State Forest which has not been as affected by the flooding.
I saw 21 species of warblers without really trying for some of the easy breeders which I missed (such as Pine and Yellow). Blue-headed Vireos finally made an appearance with three individuals on the morning. White-throated Sparrow numbers are very good and I also had my first Lincoln's Sparrow of the year. Orange-crowned Warbler and Northern Waterthrush were my only first of the year warblers.