Tilghman Island bird walk Sept 2 List

Hi all - 19 birders members and guests braved the wilds of
Tilghman Island in Talbot County for the sunday morning walk on sept 2 ,
07. Led by Jan Reese, we ended the morning with 56 species by my count.
We found 6 species of Warblers; No swallows - it seems all went through
last week. It was the best outing so far this fall for the club.


Brown Pelican 15 (rough estimate) several groups of them flew down
Great Blue Heron many one with a big fish
Green Heron 1
Osprey still lots around
Bald Eagle
Merlin 1
Spotted Sandpiper 1 on the riprap at black walnut point
Common Tern several
Forster's Tern several
Chimney Swift 2
Pileated woodpecker 1 on the mainland near Tilghman
Empid Flycatcher several - one of which looked like a Yellow Bellied

Great Crested Flycatcher
Eastern Kingbird 1
Red-eyed vireo at least 5
Blue Jay 2
Crows both species
Red-breasted Nuthatch 5
Brown-headed Nuthatch several
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher several
Eastern Bluebird 1
Veery 8 Jan Reese commented on the hundreds they caught in
the nets while banding there one day many years ago - in the 1960s I think
Chestnut - sided Warbler 2
Yellow - throated Warbler 1
Pine Warbler 1
Black and White Warbler 3
American Redstart 1 adult male 3 immature or female type
Canada Warbler 1
Blue Grosbeak 2
Baltimore Oriole several seen by part ot the group

Happy Birding
Danny Poet
Queenstown , Md

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