I finished at this park around 1 p.m....I started early at 7 a.m....left shortly after getting there..because of rain.so I was gone about 1.5 hrs...then returned and birded between storms...I saw at least 60-70 Ovenbirds or more..Other highlights...quite a few Prairie Warblers....Chestnut-sided(2)...Baltimore Oriole...Female or immat. Rose- breasted Grosbeak.....Orange crowned Warbler..Swainson's Warbler...A thrush not seen well..with a fairly bright red-brown tail (will have to look it up)...Blackburnian...Yellow-throated Vireo's (2)...Red-eyed Vireo's.(many)...Black throated Blues (many and more males than females)...A beautiful red-tailed Hawk..being chased by small birds..(the tail was Very red)...heard a Blue and Yellow Macaw..several Black and White Warbler's....Many American Redstarts..with males predominating...Also more common birds I won't list...Lots of birds there!!!
Posted by Jeanette Rawls about 1 year ago 2 Comments
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