Date: 5/2/18 2:33 pm From: HAROLD YOCUM <drhal2...> Subject: Re: L. Hefner inlet area
I also birded the Lake Hefner inlet this morning 11-11:45. I can add these additional species. Inlet area: black and white warbler, orange crowned warbler,yellow-rumped warbler, eastern kingbird, spotted sandpiper. About the lake area: I can add - pied billed grebe, blue winged teal, am. coot.
Earlier in the morning (9-10:30) I birded Fink Park ( in Edmond on 2nd Street across from U. of Central Oklahoma). Sightings included 24 species ( rather good for this park). American Robin brown thrasher-3 empidonax species-2 likely least flycatcher red shouldered hawk- resident nearly year around there. downy woodpecker red-bellied woodpecker n. cardinal Carolina chickadee tufted titmouse Carolina wren- many( 5-6) singing, saw 1 house wren- 1 Swainson's thrush 3 Am. crow mourning dove nashville warbler 2 orange-crowned warbler 2 Summer tanager 1st year male about 3/4 through color change. First, I have ever seen 1 in Edmond (19 yrs) e. phoebe great tailed grackle blue jay Sparrows- chipping,clay colored, Harris, and house
> On May 2, 2018 at 2:35 PM Matthew Jung <mpjung5125...> wrote: > > > Spent some time checking the inlet area this am. > > Baltimore Orioles - made attempt to photograph > Brown Thrasher > Warbling Vireo > Clay colored Sparrows > Chipping Sparrows > RW Blackbords > both grackles > starlings and house sparrows > > on the lake: > Canada Geese > Mallards > DC Cormorants > AW Pelicans > RB Gulls > Franklin;s Gulls > Forster's Terns > Snowy Egrets > Great Egrets > > Matt Jung, OKC