Ian and I walked through the park this morning. We were surprised and delighted to see a pair of Eastern Bluebirds associating with the painted box on the west side of the upper gardens. We remarked on the absolute absence of evidence of Baltimore Oriole, Red-bellied Woodpecker or Rose-breasted Grosbeak, though I think all three species were around. No sign of the Blue-winged Warbler or American Redstart either, but we did get a visual on the Pewee singing in the woods, and a great view of a male Scarlet Tanager at the same spot. A nice morning at Nahanton Park!