Black-throated Green, Prairie, , Blackpoll, Chestnut-sided, Cerulean, Tennessee, Northern Waterthrush, Summer & Scarlet Tanagers, Blue & Red-breasted Grosbeaks, Baltimore Oriole, Buntings and more. Did we have birds? Well, yes we did. The Great Horned Owl chicks along with a parent posed for our cameras. We even heard a Chuck-Wills-Widow calling. Total species for the group of twenty participants was a whopping 90.. The entire list can be seen on this ebird link.
Just a quick edit to Fred's post above. We had such a large group that we split off several times, and thus some of us saw birds that others didn't, even when we were all in the same spot! After combining the checklists, we ended the day with a WHOPPING 101 Species, which is the highest count we have had on a field trip since we started using eBird to track them, and a total of 18 Warbler species! The combined checklist can be see at this LINK. What an amazing day birding!