Date: 6/22/17 7:51 pm From: Peggy Wang <00000454f4164bea-dmarc-request...> Subject: [Ohio-birds] Chagrin R Metro Park
Before I left for Chagrin this AM, I saw an Osprey looking for a fish to grab at the apt pond.
Nothing unusual at Chagrin but a pleasant walk.
A couple Brown Thrashers, one female Scarlet Tanager. What I took to be family groups of Tufted Titmice were cute. A pair of Belted Kingfishers was working the river. One E Kingbird.
A pair of Kestrels on the high tension wires was good to see--hopefully they nested, maybe in the box in the field nearby?
E Meadowlarks. Yellow Warblers chasing each other. Indigo Buntings singing. A few Baltimore Orioles.
A v cute spotted fawn with apparently no fear of humans posed by the trail as mom munched nearby.
I didn't linger as the clouds were getting rather ominous.
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