Thursday, June 19, 2008

Bird Walk for All People, 6/19 Edition; Meadows note

Chuck & MaryJane Slugg sent in the following summary of a successful Bird Walk for All People, held this morning at Cape May Point State Park.

"The Walk for All People this morning had a nice variety of birds including one piping plover chick on the beach with two adults nearby. We were pleased to have Hamlet, a visiting naturalist and tour guide from Uganda, on the walk with us."

Additionally, I made a brief loop around The Meadows late this morning, and was treated to seven Lesser Black-backed Gulls, as well as three singing Willow Flycatchers.

Location: Cape May Point SP
Observation date: 6/19/08
Number of species: 52
Canada Goose X

Mute Swan X
Mallard X
Great Blue Heron X
Great Egret X
Snowy Egret X
Turkey Vulture X
Osprey X
Red-tailed Hawk X
Piping Plover X
Killdeer X
American Oystercatcher X
Laughing Gull X
Ring-billed Gull X
Herring Gull X
Great Black-backed Gull X
Least Tern X
Common Tern X
Forster's Tern X
Black Skimmer X
Rock Pigeon X
Mourning Dove X
Eastern Kingbird X
White-eyed Vireo X
Blue Jay X
American Crow X
Fish Crow X
Purple Martin X
Tree Swallow X
Northern Rough-winged Swallow X
Barn Swallow X
Carolina Chickadee X
Carolina Wren X
House Wren X
American Robin X
Gray Catbird X
Northern Mockingbird X
European Starling X
Cedar Waxwing X
Pine Warbler X
Common Yellowthroat X
Song Sparrow X
Northern Cardinal X
Blue Grosbeak X
Indigo Bunting X
Red-winged Blackbird X
Common Grackle X
Brown-headed Cowbird X
Orchard Oriole X
Baltimore Oriole X
American Goldfinch X
House Sparrow X

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(

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