I sent a report to Ebird of a White-eyed Vireo west of Goldsboro yesterday, and of a dozen Tree Swallows east of Smithville. I expect the next southerly winds will make a significant difference in all these species observations.
On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 10:23 AM, Thomas Driscoll <carolinabirds...> wrote:
> Hi Paul, > A friend said that they are back at her house on 734 Tinkerbelle in Chapel > Hill. > > tom > > tom driscoll > chapel hill, nc usa > <spttdrdshnk...> > Do something nice for Earth today and every day! > > > ------------------------------ > *From:* Paul Taillie <carolinabirds...> > *To:* "<carolinabirds...>" <carolinabirds...> > *Sent:* Thursday, March 30, 2017 10:17 AM > *Subject:* Re: Migrants returning > > Also, I've heard rumors that the YELLOW-CROWNED NIGHTHERONS ar e showing > back up in the Ridgefield/Briarcliff neighborhoods of Chapel Hill, which > I'm pretty excited about after buying a house here last fall. Fingers > crossed for a new yard bird! > > Paul Taillie > Orange Co. NC > > On Thu, Mar 30, 2017 at 10:14 AM, Paul Taillie <paultaillie...> > wrote: > > To add to others' observations of migrants showing back up in the area, I > had a NORTHERN PARULA singing at Duke Forest yesterday morning, as well as > a few BLUE-GRAY GNATCATCHERS. YELLOW-THROATED WARBLERS are pretty > widespread in pine forests of central NC at this point, but we had one > singing at the Turner House garden on the NC State Campus yesterday as > well. Finally, I heard my first LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH last week, but they > seem to be singing along every forested stream at this point. I expect > several others will be showing up soon, so this weekend should offer some > fun birding. > > Paul Taillie > Orange Co. NC > > > > >