Early Birders’ Observations for June 30

The June 30th Early Birders Morning Walk was the last of the season. Thanks to Shirley Johnson, who led the walk, and Mae Mayville, who eBirded the results.No more walks in this series this year, although our trails are open sunrise to sunset, and we’re working on some additional field trips as well. Check our calendar!

Here’s their report:

Birds of Vermont Museum, Chittenden, US-VT
 Jun 30, 2013 7:15 AM - 9:30 AM
 Protocol: Traveling
 2.0 kilometer(s)
 Comments:     Early morning bird walk led by Shirley Johnson.
 34 species
 
 Turkey Vulture  1     over museum
 Mourning Dove  4
 Ruby-throated Hummingbird  2
 Yellow-bellied Sapsucker  2
 Downy Woodpecker  1
 Pileated Woodpecker  1
 Eastern Wood-Pewee  6
 Eastern Phoebe  2
 Great Crested Flycatcher  2
 Red-eyed Vireo  2
 Blue Jay  7
 American Crow  3
 Black-capped Chickadee  6
 Tufted Titmouse  1
 Red-breasted Nuthatch  2
 Brown Creeper  2
 Winter Wren  3
 Veery  2
 Hermit Thrush  3
 Wood Thrush  2
 American Robin  2
 Cedar Waxwing  4
 Ovenbird  5
 Common Yellowthroat  2
 Blackburnian Warbler  4
 Chestnut-sided Warbler  3
 Pine Warbler  4
 Song Sparrow  3
 Scarlet Tanager  1
 Northern Cardinal  1
 Indigo Bunting  1
 Red-winged Blackbird  2
 Common Grackle  4
 American Goldfinch  2
 
 View this checklist online at http://ebird.org/ebird/view/checklist?subID=S14536890

 

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