It was apparent today (1 May) that there seemed to be an increase in the number of migrants around locally, at least in the vicinity of s.w. (city of) Orange; it had been fairly quiet, migrant-wise, for the last several days. Could only get out birding for about 45 minutes during my lunch break, but noticed there were migrants around home and the office earlier in the day. At mid-day today, at the Santa Ana Cemetery/Fairhaven Memorial Park complex, there was a decent variety of things around. Nothing unexpected, but a calling MacGillivray's Warbler (in about the only low hedge in the whole complex), a Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco singing away (a latish migrant I assume--the wintering birds seemed to have pulled out several weeks ago), and a number of other migrants (mostly Western Tanagers and a variety of warblers) coming and going from a large, flowering silk oak tree about 100 yards southeast of the Mausoleum (in the western half of this large cemetery complex). Hope this trend isn't just a local thing, and that it continues into the weekend (some interesting weather coming up it seems, over the next few days, so we'll have to see how it affects the movement of migrants through the county--now that we're in "prime time" for spring migration in So Cal!).