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Shaver’s Creek May 5th Bird Walk

A pleasant morning to be out on our almost finished accessible trail to the boardwalk. Our group of 21 enjoyed hearing the newly returned migrants like scarlet tanager, red-eyed vireo and wood thrush (I wish I could add “seeing” them). Catbirds are back in force along the boardwalk trail and we have 2 active chickadee nests around the center.  

Thanks to all the great company on our Wednesday bird walks, Wiscoy for their support, and all those who made this year’s Birding Cup a record year for participation and a fun fundraiser.

Location:  Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center
Observation date:  5/5/10
Notes:  Part of the Migration Morning public walk
Number of species:  33  (* recorded 15 minutes before or after walk)

Canada Goose     1
Turkey Vulture     1
* Yellow-billed Cuckoo     1
Red-bellied Woodpecker     2
Downy Woodpecker     1
Northern Flicker     2
Eastern Phoebe     2
Great Crested Flycatcher     1
Blue-headed Vireo     1
Red-eyed Vireo     4
Blue Jay     1
American Crow     3
Black-capped Chickadee     3
Tufted Titmouse     3
Brown Creeper     1
House Wren     2
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher     3
Eastern Bluebird     1
Wood Thrush     2
American Robin     10
Gray Catbird     8
Black-throated Green Warbler     1
Ovenbird     3
Louisiana Waterthrush     1
Common Yellowthroat     2
Scarlet Tanager     2
Eastern Towhee     2
Chipping Sparrow     3
Field Sparrow     1
Song Sparrow     2
White-throated Sparrow     1
Baltimore Oriole     1
American Goldfinch     3

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org)