Eric writes: The migration has slowly been building up on Lucky Peak over the last couple weeks. Many warblers including a good amount of Townsend's are now around. The flycatchers have been moving in good numbers for most the month; Western Wood-Pewees are regular and some rarer species such as Gray, Least, and Willow have shown up. But the ultimate highlight was a male American Redstart!
|The male American Redstart.|
|A hatch year, female Evening Grosbeak. A bird that|
is seen but hardly ever caught on Lucky Peak.
|A Least Flycatcher, only a few are caught each year|
at Lucky Peak
|One of my favorites . . . a Townsend's Solitaire.|