Date: 5/19/19 8:26 pm
From: Jay Jones <jonesjay62...>
Subject: Re: Lake Fayetteville - 5/19/2019
A fine morning it was! Thanks to all.

Rick Jones

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> On May 19, 2019, at 6:59 PM, Vivek Govind Kumar <vivekgk3...> wrote:
>
> I visited Lake Fayetteville this morning with Peter Shaffer, Rick Jones, Barry Bennett, Anjeanette Levings and Noah Carter. We started at the levee/boat dock at 6:45 am and finished near the environmental center around midday.
>
> Flocks of Cedar Waxwings were everywhere (at least 100 seen). A female Painted Bunting was seen below the levee and a male was heard singing nearby. 13 warbler species were seen/heard. 74 (+1) species observed.
>
> Warblers - Black-and-white (1), Tennessee (1), Nashville (2), Common Yellowthroat (3), American Redstart (6), Northern Parula (10), Magnolia (1), Yellow (5), Chestnut-sided (3), Blackpoll (2), Yellow-throated (2), Canada (1), Wilson's (2).
>
> Flycatchers - Eastern Wood-Pewee (4), Acadian (1), Alder/Willow (2 - no vocalizations), Least (1), Empidonax sp. (2 - probably Least but very brief views and no vocalizations), Eastern Phoebe (7), Great Crested (6), Eastern Kingbird (4), Scissor-tailed (2).
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> Vireos - White-eyed (9), Yellow-throated (1), Blue-headed (1), Philadelphia (1), Red-eyed (12).
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> Miscellaneous - Yellow-billed Cuckoo (1), Common Nighthawk (1), Chimney Swift (7), Ruby-throated Hummingbird (6), Spotted Sandpiper (3), Green Heron (2), Northern Flicker (1), Purple Martin (2), Tree Swallow (3), Barn Swallow (14), House Wren (3), Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (9), Swainson's Thrush (1), Cedar Waxwing (100+), Chipping Sparrow (2), Eastern Towhee (1), Summer Tanager (5), Indigo Bunting (7), Painted Bunting (2).
>
>
> Vivek Govind Kumar
> Fayetteville
 
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