Date: 5/7/18 12:10 pm
From: Georgia McDonald <gmcdonald1501...>
Subject: [MDBirding] Lake Roland
‚ÄčThe park was not swarming with birds, but one or two at a time gave us 59
species, 11 warblers & 4 vireos.

Highlight was Golden-crowned Warbler from the boardwalk.

Canada goose
Wood duck m/f pair
Mallard
Black vulture
Turkey vulture
Cooper's hawk
Bald eagle
Red-shouldered hawk
Spotted sandpiper
Solitary sandpiper
Rock pigeon
Mourning dove
Chimney swift
Red-bellied woodpecker
Downy woodpecker
Eastern phoebe
Great crested flycatcher
Eastern kingbird
White-eyed vireo
Yellow-throated vireo
Warbling vireo
Red-eyed vireo
Blue jay
American crow
Fish crow
Northern rough-winged swallow
Tree swallow
Barn swallow
Carolina chickadee
Tufted titmouse
White-breasted nuthatch
Carolina wren
Blue-gray gnatcatcher
Eastern bluebird
American robin
Gray catbird
Northern mockingbird
European starling
Cedar waxwing
Golden-winged warbler
Black-and-white warbler
Common yellowthroat
American redstart
Northern parula
Yellow warbler
Chestnut-sided warbler
Blackpoll warbler
Black-throated blue warbler
Palm warbler
Yellow-rumped warbler
Chipping sparrow
White-throated sparrow
Northern cardinal
Indigo bunting
Red-winged blackbird
Common grackle
Brown-headed cowbird
Baltimore oriole
American goldfinch

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