Fewer birds around than yesterday's fallout, but still managed to band 10 species of warbler. There was only one recovery of a bird banded Saturday (a LEFL) so apparently most of them moved out in the night.
Banded 62: MAWA 7, BGGN, AMGO 15, NAWA 3, RCKI, AMRE, TEWA, CSWA, NOPA, EAWP, CAWA, YBFL, PHVI 2, BLPW, RBGR 2, NOCA, COYE, WAVI, BTBW, OVEN 3, REVI 2, SWTH 2, SOSP 2, GRCA 6, HAWO, MODO 3
Retraps 6: WBNU, AMGO, BCCH 2, LEFL, GRCA
After yesterday's slow day compared to Ruthven the bird numbers at Ruthven yesterday made it to Selkirk this morning. The question is where were they yesterday???
In one aspect it was a funny day. You would go around and there would be next to nothing. The next trip 10-20 birds would be in a group of nets and the rest of the area pretty quiet. Also having a few SSHA patrolling the banding area did not keep the birds too active.
Banded; DOWO 1, YBFL 3, TRFL 1, BCCH 1, WIWR 1, RCKI 2, VEER 1, GCTH 1, SWTH 4, BHVI 1, PHVI 1, REVI 3, TEWA 1, NAWA 7, CSWA 2, MAWA 26, MYWA 4, BTNW 2 . PIWA 1, WPWA 5, BLPW 3, BAWW 5, AMRE 10, OVEN 6, MOWA 1, COYE 1, WIWA 3, AMGO 4 = 101