Date: 4/28/18 2:03 pm
From: Vivek Govind Kumar <vivekgk3...>
Subject: Lake Fayetteville - April 28th
I visited Lake Fayetteville this morning - walked east from Clear Creek Trail/Veterans Park to the Botanical Garden. It was a very good day for spring migrants, with 15 warbler and 6 vireo species seen. 77 species in total.

Warblers: Worm-eating (1- good views of a singing bird at Veterans Park), Louisiana Waterthrush (1), Black-and-White (3), Prothonotary (1), Tennessee (4), Orange-crowned (1), Nashville (2), Kentucky (3), American Redstart (1), Northern Parula (21 - abundant today, with several individuals singing), Blackburnian (2), Yellow (5), Yellow-rumped (65), Yellow-throated (2), Black-throated Green (1)

Vireos: White-eyed (6), Yellow-throated (1), Blue-headed (1), Philadelphia (1), Warbling (7), Red-eyed (2)

Flycatchers: Eastern Phoebe (2), Great Crested (1), Eastern Kingbird (1), Scissor-tailed (1)

It was a particularly good day for thrushes, with 12 Swainson's and 2 Gray-cheeked seen.

Miscellaneous: Great Egret (1), Green Heron (1), Osprey (2), Broad-winged Hawk (3), Spotted Sandpiper (3), Yellow-billed Cuckoo (1), Chimney Swift (4), Northern Rough-winged Swallow (3), House Wren (6), Ruby-crowned Kinglet (5), Gray Catbird (1), Lincoln's Sparrow (3), Summer Tanager (5), Rose-breasted Grosbeak (1), Orchard Oriole (1), Baltimore Oriole (2)

Vivek Govind Kumar
Fayetteville
 
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