A brief stop at the Fine Arts Woodlot today at UNO between classes revealed that the cold front has put some trans-Gulf migrants down in the city. In about twenty minutes, mixed with Yellow-rumped Warblers,I found:
1 White-eyed Vireo
1 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
2 Black-and-White Warblers (both male)
1 Northern Parula (male)
1 Yellow-throated Warbler (male)
It is typical for the earliest migrant waves to be dominated by males, since they arrive back on their breeding grounds the earliest in most species.
Ruby-crowned Kinglets and Pine Warblers, both of which winter at this spot, have now begun singing.