Date: 5/9/18 2:17 pm
From: Richard Latuchie <rlatuchie...> [sd-birds] <sd-birds-noreply...>
Subject: [sd-birds] Jackson Park (Pennington County)
In the last two days, migration has finally come alive in Rapid City, in particular in Jackson Park. Large numbers of sparrows have been seen, with the highest number being Clay-colored. Others include Chipping, White-crowned, Lincoln’s, and a single Harris’s. Lots of the usual warblers, Yellow, Yellow-rumped (Myrtle), and Orange-crowned, and Common Yellowthroat, but I’ve also seen Tennessee, Blackpoll, Audubon’s, American Redstart, and Northern Waterthrush. Other FOY birds seen included Brown Thrasher, Gray Catbird, Cliff Swallow, Least Flycatcher, and House Wren.

Dick Latuchie
Rapid City

Posted by: Richard Latuchie <rlatuchie...>


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