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 ruddies. The field sparrows were singing today at the bog. And a RC kinglet came in for a close look there. The pine siskins were in the top of a budding maple over bridge #1.
40 species today, birding only the southern half of the lake.
Location:    Bond Park
Observation date:    3/2/11
Notes:    Wake Co.
Number of species:    40

Canada Goose    16
Mallard    17
Hooded Merganser    2
Ruddy Duck    10
Pied-billed Grebe    1
Double-crested Cormorant    25
Great Blue Heron    2
Red-tailed Hawk    1    juvenile
Ring-billed Gull    7
Mourning Dove    2
Belted Kingfisher    1
Red-bellied Woodpecker    6
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker    2
Downy Woodpecker    7
Northern Flicker    2
Blue Jay    4
American Crow    4
Fish Crow    4
Carolina Chickadee    13
Tufted Titmouse    12
White-breasted Nuthatch    2
Brown-headed Nuthatch    4
Carolina Wren    10
Ruby-crowned Kinglet    1
Eastern Bluebird    4
American Robin    11
Northern Mockingbird    3
Brown Thrasher    1
Yellow-rumped Warbler    1
Pine Warbler    6
Eastern Towhee    7
Field Sparrow    2
Song Sparrow    2
White-throated Sparrow    7
Dark-eyed Junco    1
Northern Cardinal    19
Common Grackle    2
House Finch    2
Pine Siskin    3
American Goldfinch    6

This report was generated automatically by eBird v2(http://ebird.org)

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