May 1, 2010 Camp Todd Bird Walk results

It was a beautiful day to be out birding. The lake bridge at the far end of the lake was a hotbed of activity. That's where we saw or heard most of our warblers. Muskrat, turtles and a variety of frogs were also identified. More butterflies were out as well. Participants were Debby Bennett, Les Cobel, Mike Todd, Gary French, Jane Clendaniel and Wes & Jane Pipes. Sadly, no youth showed up for the walk.

1. Cardinal
2. Carolina wren
3. White eyed vireo
4. Red eyed vireo
5. Cowbird
6. Bluejay
7. Titmouse
8. Chickadee
9. Canada goose
10. Great crested flycatcher
11. Field sparrow
12. Prarie warbler
13. Brown thrasher
14. Indigo bunting
15. Yellow rumped warbler
16. Blue grosbeak
17. Mockingbird
18. Fish crow
19. American crow
20. Great blue heron
21. Green heron
22. Goldfinch
23. Orchard oriole
24. Chipping sparrow
25. Field sparrow
26. Chimney swift
27. Barn swallow
28. Tree swallow
29. Cedar waxwing
30. Red bellied woodpecker
31. Catbird
32. Black poll warbler
33. Chestnut sided warbler
34. Black throated blue warbler
35. Louisiana waterthrush
36. White breasted nuthatch
37. Laughing gull
38. Prothonotary warbler
39. Black and white warbler
40. Red start
41. Blue bird
42. Eastern Kingbird
43. Turkey vulture
44. Osprey
45. Yellow billed cuckoo
46. Tohee
47. Northern Parula

April 24, 2010 Bird walk report

Danny Poet's report
This Morning 4 - 24 - 10 two members and three guests of the Caroline County Bird Club met at 8:00 Am for a bird walk at Tuckahoe State Park leader was Danny Poet. We starting at the lake area and had several first of the year birds . My thanks to all who showed up this morning bird list below also included are several birds I had before the Group arrived .

Canada Goose
Wood Duck 1
Wild Turkey 1 cherry Lane near entrance to the Camp ground
Great Blue Heron 2
Green Heron 2 D.P. before 8:00 Am
Turkey Vulture
Osprey 1 at the lake
Red bellied Woodpecker
Pileated Woodpecker 1 Queen Annes County side of the lake before 8:00am D.P.
White - Eyed Vireo 3 first of the year FOY
Blue Jay heard only
American Crow
Horned Lark
Tree Swallow
Carolina Chickadee D.P. only
Tufted Titmouse
Blue Gray Gnatcatcher 1
Eastern Bluebirds 3
Hermit Thrush 1
Brown Thrasher 2
Yellow Rumped Warbler 3 Queen Annes County side of the lake by D. P. only
Palm warbler 1 yellow Caroline County side of the lake FOY
Ovenbird several heard only FOY
Louisiana Waterthrush 2 camp ground trail
Chipping Sparrow
Cardinal 4
Red winged Blackbird
Common Grackle
Brown Headed Cowbird
Orchard Oriole 1 male after everyone left back at the lake late morning D.P. only FOY
American Goldfinch

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