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Lake Crabtree 10/6
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Not a bad morning at Lake Crabtree County Park in Wake County, NC. The
front that moved through last night seemed to bring some birds. I had 13
species of warblers, 2 others were seen by Kent Fiala and John Dole.
Almost as interesting, we had 2 species of terns including a group of 10
Caspians. The Caspians and a pair of Forsters came in circling like hawks
in a kettle before settling down for some fishing.
Here are the warblers:
Cape May (several nice males as well as some paler individuals)
Black & White
Yellow-rumped (aargh... they came in overnight in force)
John relocated the Wilson's Warbler, and Kent/John both saw a Black-throated
Green that I missed.
Several Ruby-crowned Kinglets showed up as well.
Have a great week!