Just got home and had to post: Clove Lakes is absolutely lousy with warblers today. Spent well over an hour in a single spot (in that triangular intersection, west of the white bridge between Martling Pond and the stream) and could not stop watching. The pines, oak and crab apples were full of warblers, as was the porcelainberry covered trees near the bridge, and pretty much every tree thereafter heading toward the Healthy Heart Trail. I encourage anyone nearby to make a trip today. It's really quite something.
White throated green (a ton of them)
Black throated blue
Very likely there were more that I couldn't ID. I'm fairly sure there was a lone Nashville, but it was being quite shy and I can't confirm.
Also in that same spot:
Golden crowned kinglet
Red eyed vireo
Ruby throated hummingbirds
Red bellied woodpecker
Also of note; the great crested flycatcher reported by George Bouquio a few days ago continues near the Healthy Heart Trail stations. Also spent time on the opposite side of the lake.
Didn't get to the other lakes today, but two days ago I found a green heron in lake #1, west side. There was also a worm eating warbler near the communication