Date: 5/4/18 10:18 am
From: ddarm ddarm <ddarm...>
Subject: [birders] Fwd: eBird -- Dolph Nature Area -- May 4, 2018
Here is our checklist from this am and we didn’t even see the Kirkland’s!
Dea

Deaver D. Armstrong
<ddarm...>

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Begin forwarded message:

> From: Karen Markey <ylime...>
> Date: May 4, 2018 at 1:15:40 PM EDT
> To: Armstrong Dea <ddarm...>
> Subject: eBird -- Dolph Nature Area -- May 4, 2018
>
> Dolph Nature Area
> May 4, 2018
> 8:44 AM
> Traveling
> 1.75 miles
> 238 Minutes
> All birds reported? Yes
> Comments: South winds with gusts up to 30 mph. Dea and I agreed this
> was the most extraordinarily birdy day in Dolph ever. We covered the
> whole park but most birds were on east (wetter) side of park in deep
> cover low or on ground on the (Pine) ridge trail. At the start,Birds
> flying in large numbers low to ground and northward.
> Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.6.5 Build 36
>
> 4 Canada Goose
> 2 Mute Swan
> 4 Mallard
> 1 Great Egret
> 1 Turkey Vulture
> 2 hawk sp.
> 1 Red-bellied Woodpecker
> 1 Downy Woodpecker
> 1 Northern Flicker
> 1 Empidonax sp.
> 1 Eastern Phoebe
> 1 Yellow-throated Vireo
> 2 Blue-headed Vireo
> 1 Warbling Vireo
> 11 Blue Jay
> 4 American Crow
> 3 Northern Rough-winged Swallow
> 1 Tree Swallow
> 6 Black-capped Chickadee
> 8 Tufted Titmouse
> 4 White-breasted Nuthatch
> 1 House Wren
> 1 Carolina Wren
> 1 Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
> 40 Ruby-crowned Kinglet
> 3 Swainson's Thrush
> 1 Hermit Thrush
> 8 American Robin
> 1 Gray Catbird
> 1 Ovenbird
> 1 Northern Waterthrush
> 1 Blue-winged Warbler
> 7 Black-and-white Warbler
> 3 Tennessee Warbler
> 3 Orange-crowned Warbler
> 35 Nashville Warbler
> 4 American Redstart
> 4 Northern Parula
> 3 Magnolia Warbler
> 3 Blackburnian Warbler
> 12 Yellow Warbler
> 3 Chestnut-sided Warbler
> 45 Palm Warbler -- 2nd most numerous species in park.
> 125 Yellow-rumped Warbler -- Conservative Estimate. Most numerous
> species in park.
> 5 Black-throated Green Warbler
> 3 White-crowned Sparrow
> 22 White-throated Sparrow
> 1 Song Sparrow
> 2 Eastern Towhee
> 15 Northern Cardinal
> 1 Rose-breasted Grosbeak
> 3 Baltimore Oriole
> 20 Red-winged Blackbird
> 8 Brown-headed Cowbird
> 10 Common Grackle
> 2 House Finch
> 6 American Goldfinch
>
> Number of Taxa: 57
>
>
> Sent from my iPhone

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