Monthly Archives: March 2011

RB Nuthatch at Bond Park

The RB nuthatch is a park bird for me. Heard it first, found it, and then heard a Cooper’s hawk in the same place @ boardwalk #10 (got both vocalizations on my recorder). Lots of goldfinches everywhere. Saw 3 RS … Continue reading

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Best one-trip Bond Park total–44 species

Best one-trip Bond Park total. Highlights include: -RS hawk nest-building (see question re: this below) -big flock of cedar waxwings in the sycamore trees -5 different woodpecker species -1 Am. crow w/ white wing patches -Hermit thrush -E. winter wren … Continue reading

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YB sapsuckers

I thought they had departed. I hadn’t heard nor seen a YB sapsucker at Bond Park since middle of January. Today I saw a silent pair going from tree to tree. The pie-billed grebe was still hanging out with the … Continue reading

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