October 1st Bird Walk

We had a great walk today, we had around 25 enthusiastic birders join us this morning. It was a little chilly and foggy, which wasn’t the best lighting for birding, but we were able to see 39 species. Some of the highlights include: Cape May Warbler, several Rose-breasted Grosbeaks and 8 Swainson’s Thrush!

Here is a photo of one of the Cape May Warblers we saw:1s6a4736-1

Copy of the eBird Checklist from Oct. 1st:

Red-shouldered Hawk

1

Mourning Dove

2

Yellow-billed Cuckoo

1

Chimney Swift

6

Red-bellied Woodpecker

1

Downy Woodpecker

2

Northern Flicker (Yellow-shafted)

1

Eastern Wood-Pewee

2

Eastern Phoebe

3

Red-eyed Vireo

1

Blue Jay

18

American Crow

6

Fish Crow

1

Carolina Chickadee

5

Tufted Titmouse

3

White-breasted Nuthatch (Eastern)

4

House Wren

3

Carolina Wren

4

Eastern Bluebird

7

Swainson’s Thrush

8

Wood Thrush

3

American Robin

10

Gray Catbird

4

Brown Thrasher

3

Northern Mockingbird

8

European Starling

2

Cedar Waxwing

5

Common Yellowthroat

4

American Redstart

5

Cape May Warbler

4

Palm Warbler (Western)

1

Pine Warbler

5

Song Sparrow

4

Eastern Towhee

1

Scarlet Tanager

1

Northern Cardinal

6

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

3

Indigo Bunting

2

American Goldfinch

4

 

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