This Worm-eating Warbler was at a traditional location along the foredune off the main beach at Warren Dunes the day before Birdathon.
We didn't expect this Summer Tanager to stick around, a first year bird that was at the end of the cul-de-sac softly pitty-tucking again the day before Birdathon.
My camera was still on beach settings so I badly under-exposed the image; the red is a little screwed up by my attempts to lighten the image. It still has a much heavier bill than any Scarlet would have though.
Finally a White-eyed Vireo that popped up in front of us during Birdathon, I think it was the first time I've ever seen a White-eyed without hearing it first.
Hopefully next year we can break a string of rainy Big Days, so far we're 0 for our last 3.