Last year on May 21, my Nature Walk Report was entitled: Bay-breasted and 11 other Warbler Species at Scarborough Bluffs. https://mileshearn.com/2019/05/21/bay-breasted-and-11-other-warbler-species-at-scarborough-bluffs-may-21-2019/
This year, I have not seen several of those warblers and migration is just about finished. I know that it is just about finished because I had a Blackpoll Warber on this day and that species is usually the last to show up in migration.
Here are the photos of two warbler species from last year which I have yet to see this year:
In the bird world, it is usually the males who sing but I saw and heard this female singing today:
Birds that I was able to photograph:
Sing me a song of idle days,
When Spring is Queen over woods and ways. – Francis W. Bourdillon (1852–1921)