It's all about the Mimosa -- I noticed the migrants coming to mine the last two years to feed on the insects. On the 24th and 25th, I saw Nashville, Cape May, Black-throated Green and Parula warblers, plus Rose-breasted Grosbeak and Summer Tanager among others. it has also attracted Blackburnian! Karen Kearney Chesapeake Sent from my iPad On Sep 30, 2011, at 5:14 PM, Adam D'Onofrio <bigadfromlb@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Just spent an hour or more watching 3 CAPE MAY WARBLERS, 3 NORTHERN PARULAS > and a TENNESSEE WARBLER feasting on insects in my mimosa tree. They're still > going at it. Guess they're heading south tonight. A BLACK-AND-WHITE WARBLER > and PINE WARBLER joined the party briefly. Certainly a nice way to start the > weekend. Good birding. > > Adam D'Onofrio > Dinwiddie Co. > _______________________________________________ > va-bird mailing list > http://mailman.listserve.com/listmanager/listinfo/va-bird > > Thank you for subscribing to Va-bird, a service of the Virginia Society of > Ornithology. Please consider joining the VSO. > http://www.virginiabirds.net/ You are subscribed to VA-Richmond-General. To unsubscribe, send email to va-richmond-general-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field. To adjust other settings (vacation, digest, etc.) please visit, http://www.freelists.org/list/va-richmond-general.