The hawkwatch and picnic on Blueberry Hill had 25 people, but only 32 migrants counted, thanks to the south winds and heavy air. The best migrants were a Merlin and a Harrier, but we did note a dozen high Broadwings and as many close Kestrels. There were only 2 Ospreys and 3 Sharpshins moving. Local raptors included a few Redtails, two Bald Eagles, and one Cooper’s Hawk. The wine and goodies improved our mood, but surprisingly not the flight. The handful of non-raptors included a Raven, a Pileated, 30 Cedar Waxwings, 2 Hummingbirds, and a Philadelphia Vireo.