Osprey at Bond Park

Keith and I spotted a magnificent osprey as it landed in a tree along the south
part of the Lake Trail.

We also had fun exercising our bird song skills with the juncos, chipping
sparrows, and pine warblers, all of which were in song today.

Location:    Bond Park
Observation date:    4/2/11
Number of species:    40

Canada Goose    28
Mallard    3
Double-crested Cormorant    23
Great Blue Heron    1
Turkey Vulture    1
Osprey    1
Killdeer    2
Ring-billed Gull    1
Mourning Dove    4
Red-bellied Woodpecker    7
Downy Woodpecker    1
Northern Flicker    1
Eastern Phoebe    2
Blue Jay    2
American Crow    6
Fish Crow    8
Northern Rough-winged Swallow    3
Carolina Chickadee    12
Tufted Titmouse    24
White-breasted Nuthatch    4
Brown-headed Nuthatch    3
Carolina Wren    9
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher    7
Ruby-crowned Kinglet    1
Eastern Bluebird    3
Hermit Thrush    3
American Robin    23
Northern Mockingbird    1
Brown Thrasher    3
Yellow-rumped Warbler    12
Pine Warbler    6
Eastern Towhee    5
Chipping Sparrow    4
Song Sparrow    3
White-throated Sparrow    8
Dark-eyed Junco    4
Northern Cardinal    19
House Finch    4
Pine Siskin    10
American Goldfinch    8

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About birdingatbond

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