http://youtu.be/FA0wAheWjYw (45 MINUTES OF WOODLAND BIRDS TO PLAY DURING RAIN DELAYS OR WHEN JERRY AND DON HAVE BEEN USURPED BY THE NETWORKS OR WHEN, OKAY, I CAN SAY IT, FOR WHEN THE SOX ARE STILL ON THE SKIDS.)
Change? Count on it, for the Sox Skid & forest birding.
The latter: it’s a close up of seed/insect-eaters.
Canopy birds: Red-eyed Vireo, Eastern Kingbird, Cedar Waxwing.
Understory branches, shrubs and saplings:
American Redstart, Golden-crowned Kinglet, Yellow Warbler.
Bark? Brown Creeper and Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker.
Hard to see. Easy to lose.
But, like the Sox who’re in a rut now,
I’ll discern IDs & another route.
Update from John Farrell on our team’s loss to the Blue Jays: