Date: 4/12/18 10:37 am From: David Moulton, Bethesda, MD <moulton.davidh...> Subject: [MDBirding] Birdy morning at Algonkian RP, VA - species count tops 60
Something in the air this morning had birdlife up and about and vocal and observable. I birded Algonkian Regional Park in Loudon County, along the river. Nothing too surprising, but some nice finds -- Red-headed Woodpecker, Bonaparte's Gulls working the river, singing Yellow-throated and Pine Warblers. The surprise was seeing my species count pop up over 60, after hovering in the 40s for the last few months. Should be a good weekend in the field. eBird checklist below:
Algonkian Regional Park, Loudoun, Virginia, US
Apr 12, 2018 7:45 AM - 11:22 AM
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