The requisite stop at the Convention Center produced a Kentucky Warbler along with a female Hooded.
Red-eyed Vireos are passing through now but you have to do some searching to see one.
I finally made it out to the beach where a combination of high tide and deep ruts in the sand made driving tough. There was lots of common beach stuff like Sanderlings, Ruddy Turnstones and Willets.
There was plenty of the endangered Piping Plovers around. This one is in a weird molt.
Terns of eight species lined the beach by the hundreds, mostly Black and Least. This flock also has Royal and Sandwich.
Lots of birds but nothing unusual. I'll try again in a few weeks.
Black-bellied Whistling-Duck 4 Brown Pelican 25 Great Blue Heron 5 Great Egret 1 Snowy Egret 1 Little Blue Heron 1 Tricolored Heron 4 Reddish Egret 2 Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 1 Roseate Spoonbill 1 Osprey 1 Black-bellied Plover 15 Snowy Plover 5 Piping Plover 15 Spotted Sandpiper 1 Willet 75 Ruddy Turnstone 80 Sanderling 150 Least Sandpiper 1 Short-billed Dowitcher 5 Laughing Gull 200 Least Tern 200 Gull-billed Tern 5 Caspian Tern 2 Black Tern 1000 Common Tern 5 Forster's Tern 20 Royal Tern 100 Sandwich Tern 25 Eurasian Collared-Dove 30 Inca Dove 1 Yellow-billed Cuckoo 1 Common Nighthawk 5 Ruby-throated Hummingbird 1 Alder Flycatcher 2 Eastern Kingbird 1 Red-eyed Vireo 1 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1 Northern Mockingbird 5 Louisiana Waterthrush 1 Black-and-white Warbler 3 Prothonotary Warbler 1 Kentucky Warbler 1 Hooded Warbler 1 American Redstart 1 Yellow Warbler 13 Yellow-throated Warbler 1 Western Tanager 1 Great-tailed Grackle X Orchard Oriole 1 House Sparrow 5