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 ruby-crowned kinglets calling from the trees by the bridge near the bog. Tomorrow promises to be beautiful, too.
Happy Birding!
Eddie Owens
Cary NC
Location:    Bond Park
Observation date:    10/16/10
Notes:    Wake
Number of species:    33

Canada Goose    6
Mallard    7
Double-crested Cormorant    2
Red-shouldered Hawk    1
Killdeer    1
Belted Kingfisher    1
Red-bellied Woodpecker    7
Downy Woodpecker    4
Northern Flicker    4
Eastern Wood-Pewee    1
Eastern Phoebe    3
Blue Jay    4
American Crow    1
Fish Crow    2
Carolina Chickadee    10
Tufted Titmouse    6
Brown-headed Nuthatch    4
Carolina Wren    13
Ruby-crowned Kinglet    2
Eastern Bluebird    16
American Robin    2
Northern Mockingbird    2
Nashville Warbler    1    At the bog in the goldenrod. Good long looks, some close up. All diagnostics observed including constantly bobbing tail & white at base of legs. My first at Bond Park.
Black-throated Blue Warbler    1    Male in hickory at northwest corner of lake where the dam begins. My first at Bond Park.
Yellow-rumped Warbler    3
Pine Warbler    7
Eastern Towhee    2
Chipping Sparrow    1
Song Sparrow    2
White-throated Sparrow    5
Northern Cardinal    2
House Finch    3
American Goldfinch    8

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(


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I love birding! And I live near Fred G. Bond Metro Park in Cary, NC.
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