The main wave of migrants have mostly moved on through, heading south to their winter homes. However, walking around Mead you can still see quite a few palm warblers and yellow-rumped warblers. The palm warblers can be identified by their constant up and down tail bobbing. The yellow-rumps have a bright yellow spot on their backs just above the base of their tails. You should also hear the the Eastern phoebes calling out their name: “fee' be”.