We had a nice turnout (18 persons) on a beautiful day. Warblers continued to be scarce, but we had some excellent looks at many of the birds on the list. I personally observed 45 species (seen and/or heard), including a pair of Mourning Doves at their nest, high up in a crook of a tulip tree by the pond. Others in the group added a few more: Broad-winged Hawks (2, flew over quickly and disappeared behind trees), Wood Ducks (2), Hooded Merganser (female), Chimney Swift and White-breasted Nuthatch. A couple of ducks were either Mallards or Black Ducks; we couldn’t be sure, so I have left them off the list. Only three of us were still in the parking lot at the end of the walk when an obliging male Black-throated Blue Warbler appeared. It sat placidly on a low branch of a hemlock tree near my car.
My eBird report is below; it lists only the birds I observed.