The CyFair college campus continues to be quiet for "interesting" birds. I've been watching out for fall migrants - such as Yellow Warblers - but so far without luck. Of course, we still have our normal residents.
Mourning Doves, Northern Mockingbirds and Great-tailed Grackles (below) are everywhere.
There are a few Killdeer and Loggerhead Shrikes (below) also.
At home the situation is similar in that there are no migrants (except Ruby-throated Hummingbirds) but lots of residents.
Carolina Chickadees are among our most loyal birds. I don't think there is ever a day when they don't visit our feeders.
Our House Finches seemed to disappear for a while but now they are back in numbers.
The best news is that the Brown-headed Nuthatches that turned up for the first time ever in January are still making regular visits to our feeders. So it looks like they have now become residents!