Birds sometimes appear to be lethargic and less active on late summer days much like us humans. However, there is still a lot to see and learn. Most chicks have fledged although they can often be seen begging parents. In some cases, newly fledged birds are the same size and color of their parents. Other birds, like warblers and birds of prey, are wearing a juvenile plumage which can make them challenging to identify. Join us as we collect data and make observations about what birds are doing as the summer begins to wane.