Blackpoll warblers were also massing there, too, which is normal.
What does BLPW stand for?
BLPW stands for Blackpoll Warbler (bird species)
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The Scillies boasted a blackpoll warbler, sociable plover and redeyed vireo.
The peak of the passerine migration occurs in late August and early September, but some species, like the blackpoll warbler, wait until October to make their way south.
For example, grassland species like Sprague's pipit (Anthus spragueii) and boreal species like the blackpoll warbler (Dendroica striata) are ranked high in both responsibility and concern.
The blackpoll warbler, for example, makes an incredible leap from Alaska to the Amazon.
The blackpoll warbler weighs in at under an ounce, even after its pre-flight feeding frenzy, yet in 72 hours manages to fly up to 2,000 miles from Maine to northern Venezuela without food, water or even a minute's treetop respite.