From Mike Hiotis at Glenhurst Meadows, Warren Township:
I had my second Connecticut Warbler this year at the site on a stroll between 2:30 – 4:30PM. Late afternoon walks have been lucky for me re: this species (the lone Oporornis now). It was off the path leading west from the trailhead between the two ponds on the parking lot side. It popped up to my right to a perch 8ft. off the ground and stretched it’s body while checking me out. The complete eye-ring & brown hood, pale throat and long undertail coverts seen well in a 10 second look. It then flew down out of site and I turned and let it be. As can be the case for me the only other warblers I saw were Common Yellowthroat and a lone Redstart with the Conn. This is now the 8th year in a row for this species and this birder meeting at Glenhurst in the Fall.
And earlier in the day from Mike Newlon:
Glenhurst was slow this morning – one small flock of warblers contained Cape May Warbler, Parula, B&W, BTGr. Red-shouldered Hawk calling from usual location at NE corner. Only sparrows were Swamp and Song.