A female Bay-breasted Warbler was a county year bird for me.
As was this Yellow-headed Blackbird at the Convention Center.
A nice flock of Rose-breasted Grosbeaks was hanging around a seed block.
We had eleven species of warblers and a few other passerine migrants before we headed to the Brewery for lunch. Afterwards we braved the Cinco de Mayo weekend crowd for a drive up the beach. The sargassum from last week was still there along with lots of the same shorebirds. Here's a Sanderling in alternate plumage.
Ruddy Turnstones still outnumbered all the other shorebirds.
Here's a sharply dressed Dunlin.
Some birders confuse Royal and Caspian Terns in breeding plumage. Here you see the larger size of Caspian and the different bill structure and color.
A dainty Least Tern.