The Woods at Lake Betz

Most birders bird from the gravel path between Kit Creek Rd and Louis Stephens Rd, and that’s what I usually do, too. But every now and then, during the migration seasons, I like to venture into the woods across the lake from the gravel path. I usually find a few interesting birds there during migration. This afternoon, I was pleased to find a Summer Tanager, several American Redstarts, and a few Pine Warblers. I had a good chance to study the immature Pine Warbler alongside of an adult. The one highlight of this excursion was sighting a male Magnolia Warbler in breeding plumage. Of course, he would not cooperate for a photo.

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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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