What a difference a day makes! It was an exciting day, lots of birds, and particularly warblers! At least 25 species and good to great views as they fed at tree top or eye level. The cool temperature kept a number of species very low and we all enjoyed ourselves after yesterdays rain out. The area between the tram loop and tip was full of birds and birders. The big excitement for the morning was a Least bittern sitting in a tree off one of tip trails. Due to the difficulty in seeing it a few scopes were used and after a short time the crowd of birders grew, some getting the bittern for a lifer and others a year bird! Lots of fun. Tildens woods continued to produce many species of warblers including Golden-winged, Blue-winged, Cerulean, Kentucky and many of the regular migrants. At least 3 Summer Tanagers were found bringing the Spring total at Pelee between 5-7 individuals. Tomorrow maybe a repeat of Tuesdays rainy weather but anything is possible!