Nonetheless the megas were still arriving yesterday with the fifth Lincoln's Sparrow for the Western Palearctic and also new yanks including a Common Yellowthroat and a Myrtle Warbler. Myrtle Warbler is a surprising rarity on Corvo and yesterday's bird was the first since 2012.
The Blue Grosbeak was still present yesterday as were the Wood Thrush, Bay-breasted Warbler, White-throated Sparrow and Philadelphia Vireo.
Today was a quieter affair with the only new american birds being a new Common Yellowthroat and probably a new Northern Parula. The Blue Grosbeak was not seen today.
Birders arriving today managed to score the Bay-breasted Warbler, Wood Thrush and Yellow-throated Vireo which luckily stayed put.
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Lincoln's Sparrow, Village (Vincent Legrand)
Red-eyed Vireos, Poco D'Agua (Peter Alfrey)
Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Village (Peter Alfrey)
Corvo Birders 2018 (Peter Stronach) . Nearly 90 birders on the island this year. A record year.