Yellow-throated warblers are moving through, heading south for the winter.
I think this is a northern parula. They are common right now but this one looks a little scruffy
A male cardinal eating a berry.
The female cardinal is wondering why he isn’t sharing his berry.
The two above pictures are a yellow warbler.
The titmouse and cardinals are year round residents at Chesnut park. The other ones are just passing though. On their way south for the winter. Although, when I took these in mid-September it did not feel like winter would be coming any time soon. Fall migration is in full swing here in Florida but I feel like I’m missing it with work and vacation. Brett and I spent some time in Flagstaff, Arizona hiking in late September. We had beautiful cool weather so I felt like I had a tiny taste of fall. I’m working on the tons of pictures I took now so I’ll be bombarding you with those soon.