First Julia spotted the first of half a dozen Northern Waterthrushes. Twenty yards later, something caught my eye in the canopy. Wow! An male American Redstart. It was stunning and I managed to get just a few people on to it before it disappeared.
Northern Parula - one of two seen
Louisiana Waterthrush - I was particularly pleased finding this bird as it was quite close to a Northern Waterthrush allowing me to be sure it was different. I debated with an American Birder who had not seen it and was doubting my claim - until he saw my photos!
Barred Owl chick - 2 present and an adult
Red Shouldered Hawk
Possibly the bird of the day - Worm Eating Warbler - luckily found by a birder standing next to me - I think only 3 of us saw it as it passed though and disappeared after about 2 minutes.
Also seen of note were 2 Swallow Tailed Kites, Yellow Throated and Black and White Warblers and Carolina Wren. What a cracking visit, yet again.