From John J. Collins:
My friend Carol and I birded Glenhurst Meadows in Warren this morning. We DID see a CONNECTICUT WARBLER but not at the previously reported location (where we waited for about an hour and a half to no avail). We decided to walk down to the river via the west access from the warbler site. Walking east along the river you come to the first dog leg to the right and it was there we saw the Connecticut Warbler. It did not stick around though.
Other birds seen this morning at Glenhurst were 2 RUBY-CROWNED KINGLETS, 2 SWAINSON’S THRUSHES, 5 COMMON YELLOWTHROATS, 5 AMERICAN REDSTARTS, 3 NORTHERN PARULAS, 3 MAGNOLIA WARBLERS, 3 PALM WARBLERS, 1 BLACK-THROATED GREEN WARBLER, 2 LINCOLN’S SPARROWS, 7 WHITE-THROATED SPARROWS, 1 SCARLET TANAGER, 1 ROSE-BREASTED GROSBEAK, 2 INDIGO BUNTINGS, and the other usual birds.