Date: 9/3/18 11:46 am From: 'Elda Banks' via Maryland & DC Birding <mdbirding...> Subject: [MDBirding] Wheaton Regional Park this morning 9/3/18
There were 14 very helpful and amicable birders starting at about 7:30 am. There were not many birds in the woods near the carousel parking lot. However, the large tree near(the location of the former white house) was all a buzz. The was a male Scarlet tanager, many male and female Baltimore Orioles, a number of Red-eyed Vireos, an Eastern Wood- Pewee, a male American Redstart, many American Robins, two Northern Flickers, a Yellow-billed Cuckoo, a Northern Mockingbird, and a Carolina Wren. As we walked along the railroad track to Pine Lake a few birders heard the Acadian Flycatcher, we saw two Grey Catbirds, two Red-bellied Woodpeckers, Bluejays, Cardinals and more Baltimore Orioles. In the tall trees next to Pine Lake we saw a Canada Warbler, and more Baltimore Orioles. I believe,
some saw a Blue-headed Vireo.
Elda BanksSilver Spring
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