Monthly Archives: October 2010

Nashville and black-throated blue warblers at Bond Park!

What a beautiful fall day for birding! I saw two firsts (for me at Bond Park) today: a black-throated blue warbler near the dam and a Nashville warbler in the goldenrod along the creek near the bog. I found two … Continue reading

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Warblers and a ruby-crowned kinglet

Was surprised to get a decent number of warbler species this morning at this little surburban oasis in the middle of Cary, NC. A few magnolias, a black-and-white, a palm warbler, and common yellowthroats at the bog, a couple of … Continue reading

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Chimney swifts galore!

When I arrived at the little peninsula at the south end of Bond Lake and looked up, I was greeted by wave after wave of twittering chimney swifts. They filled the sky. It was fun to see so many (~90) at one … Continue reading

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Black-billed cuckoo and Cape May warbler

The heavy rains we’ve had this week have kept me indoors until this morning. I birded Bond Park today and the creeks were swollen and flowing fast. The lake water was up to the trail in places. We needed the … Continue reading

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