2020 has been weird. To cope, I have been birding.
In February (I think), I went to an event at Salomon Farm Park on the north side of Fort Wayne. I had never been there before, but it offered some good birds.
In March, I had to travel to Warrick County in the southern part of Indiana for work (before everything blew up). I stopped by Blue Grass Fish & Wildlife Area one of the days I was there.
In April, I started going to Franke Park a lot, hoping to pick up migrants.
Working from home, I was able to pick up my second ever county Pine Warbler from my living room window one morning.
I took a family hike at Bicentennial Woods yesterday.
And finally to get caught up with the present, today I had an incredible 50-species, 20-FOY day at Franke Park.
That’s all! I am still green listing and 5MRing. I am not on Facebook, though. I had to get off for my own mental health between news of viruses in the white house and elsewhere. So, I have had less motivation to share bird photos, which is why they have built up for four months.