Posted on May 8, 2023 by L. L. CobleWhat’s Flying Right Now Here’s a quick look at just a few of the birds that have been moving northward in recent days… Find a thicket, a garden with plenty of shrubs, or a brushy woodland and you’ll find Gray Catbirds. Many will stay in the Lower Susquehanna River Watershed to nest. Orchard Orioles favor old meadows with large shade trees. Some remain to nest. The Common Yellowthroat is one of the more than two dozen species of warblers found regularly during spring migration. It nests locally in wet thickets. The Warbling Vireo can be found singing among the branches of large streamside trees like this Green Ash. Unlike the preceding species which do the majority of their migrating by night, Blue Jays move north by daylight. Keep an eye on the sky and you just might see a flock or two go by!