MIGRANT WARBLERS, VIREOS and THRUSHES of the USA.
One of the best spectacles of the birding world is that of migration in North
America, at such places as High Island, Texas, Magee Marsh in Ohio, and Point Pelee in Ontario. There are many such places, but
the concentrations at these three are such that trees are full of birds in the right conditions. Added to this, in Spring most
birds are in full breeding plumage. This alone has caused many British birders to give up twitching, because vagrants to the UK
are usually first-winter birds. Not all species will be seen at any one place or time, but most of these were taken at Magee or
Pelee, others are either wintering birds (e.g Swainson's Warbler on Bermuda), or breeding birds in the relevant area.