Yet another cold and windy day could not prevent us from having the best time ever. The warblers were showing extremely well with an added cuckoo or two.
Today was the coldest, and one of the wettest, days over the whole festival. This did not stop us from birding and making sure we got out there to find what we could,
Yet another above average day at the boardwalk along the Magee Marsh trail. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for all the latest updates.
With some south-westerly winds blowing overnight the birding today has been spectacular! Warblers of all kinds, thrushes, tanagers, orioles, wrens, and more entertained us all day long.
We’re exactly halfway through the The Biggest Week In American Birding 2018 festival and still going strong. More and more migrant birds are showing up.
Day 4 started with some cold and windy weather, which made the birding a little slow and tedious.
Only three days in and it’s already been a spectacular festival with lifers for all our guides and some great sightings of top-quality birds.
With the second day of birding The Biggest Week in American Birding 2018 we managed to connect with more birds, more people and have more fun than ever.
We kick off the day with some guiding around Magee Marsh, with a plethora of warblers and birds of all kinds, and manning our stand at Maumee Bay.