Recent Field Trip Reports

Species Observed During Recent Field Trips

 

Wood Duck  1

Yellow-billed Cuckoo  1

Great Blue Heron  1

Turkey Vulture  1

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker  2

Red-bellied Woodpecker  1

Pileated Woodpecker  2

Eastern Wood-Pewee  1 

Phoebe 2     Great Crested Flycatcher  3

Eastern Kingbird  1

Blue-headed Vireo  2

Red-eyed Vireo  3

Common Raven  1

Black-capped Chickadee  1

Tufted Titmouse  2

White-breasted Nuthatch  1

Eastern Bluebird  3

American Robin  12. Wood thrush 1

Gray Catbird  2

European Starling  2

American Goldfinch  3

Field Sparrow  3

Song Sparrow  2

Baltimore Oriole  4

Red-winged Blackbird  8

Common Grackle  1

Ovenbird  3

Common Yellowthroat  1

American Redstart  4

Yellow Warbler  1

Prairie Warbler 1

Chestnut-sided Warbler  2

Blackpoll Warbler  2

Scarlet Tanager  1.  Cardinal 1

Indigo Bunting  3

Moon Lake Recreation Area

May 25, 2019

Kirby Park Natural Area

May 26, 2019

4 Canada Goose

14 Wood Duck -- 8 ducklings 

3 Mallard

13 Common Merganser -- Young of year

5 Rock Pigeon (Feral Pigeon)

1 Mourning Dove

5 Chimney Swift

1 Green Heron

1 Broad-winged Hawk

2 Red-bellied Woodpecker

2 Downy Woodpecker

2 Eastern Wood-Pewee

1 Eastern Phoebe

2 Great Crested Flycatcher

8 Red-eyed Vireo

1 Blue Jay

1 Black-capped Chickadee

2 Tufted Titmouse

1 White-breasted Nuthatch

10 House Wren

1 Carolina Wren

1 Swainson's Thrush

1 Wood Thrush

1 American Robin

2 Gray Catbird

10 European Starling

5 Cedar Waxwing

1 American Goldfinch

1 Chipping Sparrow

15 Song Sparrow

1 Baltimore Oriole

5 Red-winged Blackbird

4 Common Grackle

1 Black-and-white Warbler

1 American Redstart

1 Yellow Warbler

2 Northern Cardinal

1 House Sparrow

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Magee Marsh, Ottawa NWR, and Howard Marsh Metropark

May 17-20, 2019


1) Canada Goose  

2) Trumpeter Swan  

3)Wood Duck  

4) Northern Shoveler  

5) Mallard

6) Ring Neck Duck

7) Blue winged Teal

8) Ruddy Duck

9) Bufflehead

10)Hooded Merganser

11) Pied-billed Grebe  

12) Mourning Dove

13) Rock Pigeon

14) Black-Billed Cuckoo

15) Eastern Screech Owl

16) Common Nighthawk

17) Chimney Swift

19)Ruby-throated Hummingbird  

20) Common Gallinule

21) American Coot

22 )King Rail  

23) Sandhill Crane  

24) Killdeer  

25) Black Necked Stilt

26)Solitary Sandpiper

27) Willet

28) Semipalmated Sandpiper

29) Dunlin

30)Ring-billed Gull

31) Herring Gull

32) Bonaparte’s Gull

33)Forster’s Tern

34) Caspian Tern  

35) Double-crested Cormorant  

36) Great Blue Heron  

37) Great Egret

38)Snowy Egret

39) Green Heron  

40) Black-crowned Night-Heron  

41) Osprey  

42) Northern Harrier  

43) Bald Eagle

44) Cooper’s Hawk

45) Red Tailed Hawk

46) Red Shouldered Hawk

47) American Kestrel

48) Belted Kingfisher  

49) Red-bellied Woodpecker

50) Downy Woodpecker

51) Pileated Woodpecker  

52) Northern Flicker

53) Olive-sided Flycatcher

54)Eastern Wood Pewee  

55) Least Flycatcher

56) Eastern Phoebe  

57) Eastern Kingbird  

58) Red-Eyed Vireo

59) Yellow-Throated Vireo

60) Warbling Vireo

61)Blue Jay

62) American Crow

63)  Horned Lark

64) Purple Martin  

65) Tree Swallow

66) Northern Rough-Winged Swallow

67) Barn Swallow (American)  

68) Black-capped Chickadee

69) Tufted Titmouse

70) Red Breasted Nuthatch

71) White Breasted Nuthatch

72) Brown Creeper  

73) House Wren  

74) Marsh Wren  

75) Ruby Crowned Kinglet

76) Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

77) Eastern Bluebird

78)Veery  

79) Swainson’s Thrush

80)Wood Thrush  

81) American Robin  

82) Gray Catbird  

83) Brown Thrasher  

84) European Starling  

85)  Cedar Waxwing  

86) American Goldfinch

87) Eastern Towhee

88) Chipping Sparrow  

89) Field Sparrow  

90) Song Sparrow  

91) Lincoln’s Sparrow

92) Swamp Sparrow  

93) White-Crowned Sparrow

94) Red-winged Blackbird

95) Eastern Meadowlark

96)Yellow Headed Blackbird  

97) Common Grackle  

98) Brown Headed Cowbird

99) House Sparrow

100) Black-and-white Warbler  

101) Prothonotary Warbler  

102) Tennessee Warbler  

103) Nashville Warbler  

104) Common Yellowthroat  

105) American Redstart  

106) Cape May Warbler  

107) Northern Parula  

108) Magnolia Warbler  

109) Bay-breasted Warbler  

110) Blackburnian Warbler  

111) Yellow Warbler  

112) Ovenbird

113) Worm Eating Warbler

114) Chestnut-sided Warbler  

115) Blackpoll Warbler  

116)Black-throated Blue Warbler  

117) Yellow-rumped Warbler  

118) Black-throated Green Warbler

119) Mourning Warbler

120) Connecticut Warbler

121) Canada Warbler  

122)Wilson’s Warbler  

123) Scarlet Tanager  

124) Rose Breasted Grosbeak

125) Northern Cardinal  

126) Indigo Bunting  

127) Willow Flycatcher

128) Baltimore Oriole

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