On Sunday Ed Pike and Steve Baker conducted the count; the weather was nice in the morning with light to moderate winds from the southwest, which switched to the southeast and east in the afternoon and increased. It started cool, then with the sun coming out became quite warm; the winds switched to the east it turned cold.
For the Raptors it was a slow day overall with the most common being Turkey Vultures with 213 for the day. The TV’s were mostly seen before the winds switched; however some still moved south across the Straits with the moderate southeast winds.
There were unidentified small birds constantly seen in flight over the point till the winds switched to the southeast. The most common migrant was Canada Goose with a total of 906 for the day. Blue Jays put in a good showing in the first 2 hours with 441 counted.
Small numbers of Monarch Butterflies are still being seen.