I should also mention that Pea Ridge is currently "tick central". I removed at least 20 ticks from my trousers when we were on the horse trail.
Vivek Govind Kumar Fayetteville
On Sat, Jun 1, 2019 at 8:13 PM Vivek Govind Kumar <vivekgk3...> wrote:
> I visited Pea Ridge National Military Park this morning, with Barry > Bennett and Peter Shaffer. Blue-winged Warblers (2) were seen quite well. > Acadian Flycatchers (13), Yellow-breasted Chats (7), Kentucky Warblers (10) > and Summer Tanagers (12) were plentiful. > > https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56977521 > > A drained fish pond at the Charlie Craig State Fish Hatchery had a few > shorebirds - Baird's Sandpiper (2), White-rumped Sandpiper (7), > Semipalmated Sandpiper (3). 2 adult Bald Eagles were perched on their usual > snag. > > https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56977759 > > Later in the afternoon, we spent some time at the University of Arkansas > Experimental Farm. At least 3 Bell's Vireos (2 seen) were singing in the > large thicket on N Gifford Avenue. > > https://ebird.org/view/checklist/S56978345 > > 76 species were observed. > > > Vivek Govind Kumar > Fayetteville > > > >