On the waterbird front Red-necked Grebe was the most common with 24 seen today while Red-breasted Merganser held the second spot with 12 and Horned Grebe snuck into number three with 8 individuals for the day. Shorebirds were scarcer than late with Sanderling numbers holding steady around 25 while all other species were much reduced or absent.
Non-waterbirds were still present but activity was weak with the high temps and humidity causing an early drop-off in bird movement. New migrants included an Eastern Wood-Pewee, Baltimore Oriole, and a Ruby-crowned Kinglet while warbler diversity peaked at 7-10 species.
Tomorrow's weather is suppose to be more of the same but depending on which meteorologist you believe there should be a break in this weather between Wednesday and Friday so here's hoping it comes sooner rather than later.